Omamori

Fake monks targeting foreign visitors to Japan?

Mock monks after your money? On layman‘s terms.

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Tottori’s shrines have some of the most adorable charms you’ve ever seen!

Attract good vibes in style.

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Keep your smartphone safe in a pouch styled after Japanese Shinto/Buddhist protection amulets

Phone accessories come embroidered with declarations of protection against online flaming and low batteries.

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Pop and colorful personalized charms from Tokyo temple may be the answer to your problems!

A Buddhist temple in Tokyo is now offering custom-made omamori charms, and their brilliant colors and designs are…well, nothing short of “charming”!

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We can’t get enough of these clever pouches inspired by Japanese amulets

If you visit a shrine in Japan, you’re sure to find a small shack somewhere on the shrine grounds selling Omamori, special amulets for good luck or protection. These small pieces of colored cloth come in many different designs and serve various purposes. Some are meant to protect the holder while traveling, others give good luck to those taking a test. They are almost always brightly colored and are works of art in themselves. Inspired by the beauty of Omamori, one design team from Japan has created beautiful pouches and notepads that are sure to impress.

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