See the product image for where to write who's address and message. Fold it vertically in half with the blue-stamp side on the outside, and post.
GoodsFromJapan will send you a Japanese reply-paid postcard to wherever you are in the world. Charges are as follows:
-the face value of the reply-paid postcard: 126 yen
-plus a service fee of USD 5.00
-plus the cost of posting them to your address
WHY YOU MIGHT NEED A JAPANESE REPLY-PAID POSTCARD
If, for example, you want to make an application to visit Saihoji (Kokedera) in Kyoto, you write the name and address of the intended recipient of the card (i.e., the temple) on the side of the card with the BLUE stamp.
If you are sending the card from outside of Japan, you will need to buy enough stamps from your local post office in your own country to send the postcard to Japan. You then affix these stamps ON TOP OF the printed blue stamp, obscuring it.
You then turn the card over to the side with the GREEN stamp. (Do not stick anything over this green stamp!) On the left-hand side, you write the name and address of where you want the temple to send the notification of the result of your application to. Typically this is the name and address of the hotel you are booked to stay at.
On the right-hand side of the green-stamp side, you fill in your application details.
You then fold the card in half along the vertical line with the blue stamp on the outside, and the green stamp on the inside. Go to your local post office and post it.