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Good Luck From Japan - Enamel Pin Set

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Rewards Japan

🌈 A set of lucky enamel pins in cute pastel colors with plated rose gold metal. - The DesignsOmamori are amulets commonly sold at shrines and temples across Japan. The name comes from the word “mamoru” which means to protect. There are many different kinds of omamori for different forms of luck such as good health, love, and even luck on passing tests.The origin of the maneki neko, or “lucky cat”, is undoubtedly Japan. The name comes from the word “maneku” which means to welcome or beckon. Maneki neko are said to bring in good luck, which is apparent in i ...

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🌈 A set of lucky enamel pins in cute pastel colors with plated rose gold metal. - The DesignsOmamori are amulets commonly sold at shrines and temples across Japan. The name comes from the word “mamoru” which means to protect. There are many different kinds of omamori for different forms of luck such as good health, love, and even luck on passing tests.The origin of the maneki neko, or “lucky cat”, is undoubtedly Japan. The name comes from the word “maneku” which means to welcome or beckon. Maneki neko are said to bring in good luck, which is apparent in its beckoning gesture. The cat depicted is a Japanese Bobtail.Believe it or not, kitkat is a modern day good luck charm in Japan. The pronunciation of kitkat (kitto katto) sounds very close to “kitto katsu” which means “definite win” in Japane
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