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Help: Japanese Travel Dolls 2008/1/12 04:50
When I was in Japan (1991), it was common for my friends to give a paper girl doll with a Kanji phrase on it to someone who was taking a trip. Can someone give me background and tell me what the Kanji said? I think it was for luck, but am not sure. Thanks!
by Lisa  

... 2008/1/14 13:14
I've never heard of these dolls. It may be either a regional custom or the one just among your friends. "Omamori(charm)" from shrines often carries 旅行安全 or 安全祈願 for travel safety.
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