Across Japan, these teabag-shaped charms or omamori can be found at Shinto shrines or temples. The charms have a prayer or blessing written inside them and are wrapped in fabric and meant to not be opened. They offer a particular type of luck, blessing, or protection and can be attached to backpacks or purses. This series of charms are dedicated to a particular Shinto deity or Kami and feature a unique art style. Ukanomitama is the Shinto deity food and agriculture. She is often represented by Inari the Fox deity that represents rice and agriculture.
- Origin: Japan
- Material: Polyester
- Size: String Length 7" / Body Length 2.25" x Width 1.75"
- Product #: JCH02
- Code: NWS