Pagoda Omamori: Good Health
What is an Omamori (御守/お守り)?
Omamori's are Japanese charms commonly sold at Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples in Japan, and are said to provide various forms of luck or protection. They're usually hung on people's bags, phones or in cars.
They're usually small fabric bags, with a prayer inside, written on paper or wood. Many believe that opening and reading it, brings bad luck.
Measurements: 6 x 4 cm
Materials: Synthetic fabric with an embroidered pattern.