Japanese Lucky Charms in Temples and Shrines 縁起物

  • Published on : 08/10/2015
  • by : R.A
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Sacred Shopping

Buddhist or Shinto, temples and shrines abound in Japanese lucky charms, charms or horoscopes sold directly by the priests in sacred places. They are among the favorite souvenirs of visitors to Japan.

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  • Mon, 12/12/2016 - 00:00

    Omamori Thank you an interesting article that helps to undestand this wonderful culture. Keep going.

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