World Heritage the Third Series I

C2004a C2004b
C2004c C2004d C2004e C2004f
C2004g C2004h C2004i C2004j

Issue World Heritage the Third Series I,
Sacred Sites And Pilgrimage Routes In The Kii Mountain Range
First Day 23 June 2006
Value 80 yen x 10
Designs C2004a Kumano-hongu-taisha shrine 28.05 x 33.50mm C2004b Kumano-hongu-taisha shrine 28.05 x 33.50mm
C2004c Nachino-ootaki fall 25.0 x 33.5mm C2004d Kumano-nachi-taisha shirine 25.0 x 33.5mm
C2004e Fire festival of Nachi 25.0 x 33.5mm C2004f Main hall "Nyoirin-dou" of Seigantoji temple 25.0 x 33.5mm
C2004g Great gate of Kougoubuji temple 25.0 x 33.5mm C2004h Kongara-douji, wooden statue, Kongoubuji temple 25.0 x 33.5mm
C2004i Main hall "Zaou-dou" of Kinpusenji temple 25.0 x 33.5mm C2004j Zaou-gongen, wooden statue, Kinpusenji temple 25.0 x 33.5mm
Printing Photogravure in 6 colours
Sheet 10 stamps @@sheet
Hibi Sadao Photographer of C2003a,@C2003b, C2003e
Benrido Photographer of C2003d, C2003f, C2003i, C2003j
Kanematsu Fumiaki Photographer of C2003c, C2003g
Yamamoto Kenzou Photographer of the sheet margin
Reihou-kan of Koyasan temple Provider of the photograph of C2003h@
Designer Kanematsu Fumiaki (stamp designer)



The data are based on the publicity of Japan Post.


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[Note on the Stamps]
On 7 July 2004 "Sacred sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range" was appointed to be the twelfth World Heritage in Japan, which included three religious sites: Yoshino, Kumano, and Koyasan and the pilgrimage routes between them.