Japanese OMAMORI AMULET CHARM for "Sakura Bell Ball" pink strap from Enshu Sigisan Bisyamon Ten. Japanese lucky charms/Omamori charm
Omamori Charm from Sigisan Bisyamon Ten, Origin of Nara Japan
What is Seven Lucky Gods:
Business prosperity, big fishing god, god of good harvest good luck, god who defends the family, gives courage, god of giving marital justice, wisdom of longevity, god of longevity, god of family harm, disease free disaster, god of giving peace.
What is OMAMORI?
OMAMORI is Japanese traditional amulets/talismans/charms, where you can find at religious site such as temple and shrines.
OMAMORI is mainly protect from "evil", "disasters", "diseases" and "other bad lucks", and make wishes for "good luck", "lucky for money", "safe delivery for baby", "couples love", "luck for exam", "drive safety, "good relationships", " good health", "dream comes true" and others.
We Japanese usually keeps OMAMORI in a wallet, inside of bags or wherever important locations.
Japanese people usually get those OMAMORI whenever we have chance or encounter for new business, friends wedding, relatives sickness, got new drivers license, family trips, new year wishes, feeling bad lucks often, etc.
Our OMAMORI is coming from Nara Prefecture where many of famous temples and shrines located.
NARA is the oldest history of Japan and you can find many world heritage registered locations.
About Sigisan Bisyamon Ten
The Sigisan Bisyamon Ten (信貴山毘沙門天) is a Buddhism of Shingon Shu Vessavaṇa. Bisyamon Ten is martial art god. In the first place of Seven Lucky Gods, Bishamon Ten is the god of intimacy, family safety, prosperous business, and spiritual fortune of good luck.
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