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Getting Lucky in Tokyo’s Asakusa


Good luck symbols gathered in front of Otori Jinja, a Shinto shrine. Photo by Gail Nakada.

In Japan, there is nothing unnatural about the supernatural. Lucky directions, lucky colors, lucky animals, lucky objects, lucky shrines and temples, lucky charms, lucky days, and unlucky days can play a part in decisions large and small, corporate or personal. Don’t let that shiny, modern exterior fool you. The Japanese are a people in love with luck.

A lucky circle of branches is set up at some Shinto shrines. Worshippers walk through in a special series of movements that draw off any lingering bad read more >>>

Source : HuffingtonPost.Com


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