Omamori - Black Geisha
- The Omamori, commonly known as the Japanese lucky charm or lucky amulet, usually takes the form of a small bag closed on top by a rope.
The word mamori (守 り) comes from the verb mamoru which means to protect. The "o-" is used as an honorific particle, like we can find in o-kane (money) and o-sake (alcohol. Yes yes!).
- Blessing at a Temple located in Sendai, Japan
BLESSING: TRAFFIC SAFETY (交通安全 - KOUTSUU ANZEN)
- Comes with string to tie as a keychain and a suction cup
- Tie these to your bag or install it in your car to protect you during your journey.