This book is a collection of 105 short reflections and poems by Takamure Itsue (1894–1964) on her travels to and around Shikoku in 1918, when she was twenty-three years old. Each piece was published individually during her pilgrimage as a serial column in a Kyushu newspaper. They were compiled after her death and published as Musume Junreiki (1979). Although best known as a historian and feminist concerned with the education of women, she also wrote Gohenro (1938) and Henro to jinsei (1939), two additional books about her 1918 Shikoku pilgrimage.
Ronald S Green. "Review of 1918 Shikoku Pilgrimage of Takamure Itsue translated by Susan Tennant" Journal of Buddhist Ethics Vol. 11 (2011) p. 396 - 402