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Translate an omikuji? 2015/1/2 01:25
Hi! I have recently come back from Japan and I bought a couple of omikuji but some of them don't have an English translation so I was wondering if anyone could possibly translate them for me please? Thank you!
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Re: Translate an omikuji? 2015/1/3 13:18
Hello, sorry only about a lucky coin.

The lucky charms that is called Engi-mono have survived as a folk belief. And even now, this belief remains deeply rooted among the people.
This Engi-mono brings good luck you and makes your wishes come true. Put it into your purse or something and carry it on you.

By the way, I got a luck coin like yours at Toyokawa-Inari temple in Akasaka, Tokyo. I put it into my commuter pass holder. People exchange their old coin for a new one every year.
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