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" OMIKUJI "

Paper fortune can be purchased at temples or shrines. The fortune is separated into various categories such as career, relationship, family, money, health, travel, etc. Overall fortune is ranked into several stages. Many temples or shrines prepare places to tie the paper fortune to tie a better relationship with spirits.

Dai, Chu, Sho describes the size, thus Dai-kichi (Big fortune) would be the best Omikuji.
Most fortunate: Dai-kichi
Fortunate: Kichi
Mostly Fortunate: Chu-kichi
A bit fortunate: Sho-kichi

Sue-kichi(sue means end) and Han-kichi (Han means half)
Sue-kichi means your luck will come later (later of the year) thus gradually your fortune will become positive.

               
 

 

 

 
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