Omamori--Japanese good-luck charm

Omamori means "protection." Many people in Japan believe that omamori protects themselves from bad luck.

We will obtain more omamoris from Japan in a few weeks. Currently, this is all we have.

Item#: SBOM-17. 5cm x 8cm $6.00 (S&H: $2.00). Delivery: 3-4 days.


Item#: SBOM-24. 4cm x 6cm $5.00 (S&H: $2.00). Delivery: 3-4 days.


Item#: SBOM-30. 4cm (max width) x 18cm (length between the suction cup and the end of the tassels.

Omamori for driving safety. You can hang it on the windshield of your car.

$9.00 (S&H: $2.00). Delivery: 3-4 days.


Item#: SBOM-32. 4cm (max width) x 18cm (length between the suction cup and the end of the tassels.

Omamori for driving safety. You can hang it on the windshield of your car.

$9.00 (S&H: $2.00). Delivery: 3-4 days.


Item#: SBOM-34. 4cm (max width) x 18cm (length between the suction cup and the end of the tassels.

Omamori for driving safety. You can hang it on the windshield of your car.

$9.00 (S&H: $2.00). Delivery: 3-4 days.


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Disclaimer: Normally, omamori that is sold at a shrine or a temple is priced several times higher, which is because it has supposedly been "blessed" and given the magical powers by the shrine or temple. This may make a difference if you are a believer. We have obtained these omamori from a company that manufactures them. They usually sell them to the shrines and temples, but they gave us a special permission to sell them as pieces of accessory. So, we do not claim that these omamori have any magical powers.

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