Omamori, a lucky Japanese amulet for school success
This Japanese fabric lucky charm takes the sweet name of omamori. In Japan, this amulet is bought in a Buddhist temple or a Shinto shrine, after having made a prayer there. Japanese people are used to having an omamori in their wallet or hanging on their cell phone or keys. You can also leave it hanging from your car's rear view mirror.
This small cloth bag can be opened to put a piece of paper on which is written the prayer or the name of the protective god.
- Material: cotton
- Dimensions: 3 x 5.3 cm