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Omamori

Japanese Good Luck Charm

Omamori is a charm used with prayers to word off bad luck, bring good luck, and provide protection.
The best way to get rewards/gifts is to always carry an Omamori in your bag, wallet, etc.

To fulfill a big desire Wish for your desire to be fulfilled through the help of Buddha
A charm to fulfill a big desire.
Wish for your desire to be fulfilled through the help of Buddha.
Please get your happiness through the help of Buddha and become peaceful.
A charm to ward off disease and avoid injury.
Wish for your good health and good prevention through the help of Buddha.

We have prepared many other types of Omamori (Japanese good luck charms)

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Omikuji (Japanese fortune slip)

A fortune written on a piece of paper and picked from a box. 300 yen (with Omamori) and 100 yen Omikuji are available. Please enjoy selecting one for yourself.

This is a lot drawing to tell fortune at Shinto shrines and temples.
It is currently used to tell individual fortune, however it was used for political decision making in the past.
It is a very good tool to help you think about your actions/behaviors by knowing your fortune timely and properly.
One can draw from a Omikuji box found at Shinto shrines and temples. It is currently used to tell an individual fortune, but Omikuji was used for political decision making in the past. It is a very good tool to help you think about your actions/behaviors by knowing your fortune timely and properly.
In Japan, the slip of paper with good fortune is tied to the branch of a tree at a shrine/temple ground or taken with you. The slip of paper with bad fortune is tied to the branch with the non-dominant hand.
In Japan, the slip of paper with good fortune is tied to a branch of a tree at a shrine/temple ground or taken with you. The slip of paper with bad fortune is tied to a branch of a tree with the non-dominant hand.