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Translating an omikuji 2015/5/17 08:12
I don't speak Japanese, so I'm hoping someone can help me. I got an omikuji from a joy box at a restaurant. I'm not sure what the correct term for it is, so I just called it an omikuji. They're pretty similar, right? Can someone help me translate it?

Here's a picture:

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Translating an omikuji 2015/5/17 09:51
Hello! Op here! I guess the link doesn't work?

Here's another one:

Hopefully that one works.
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Re: Translating an omikuji 2015/5/19 20:22
Your picture is a kind of contemporary Omikuji,but it is a little different from traditional Omikuji which is sold at old shrines.
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Re: Translating an omikuji 2015/5/20 01:57
Thank you for replying. :)
Do you understand what any of it says? I'm having a hard time figuring it out.
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