Charm, Kami Series, Konohananosakuya Hime
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. Konohanasakuya-hime is the Shinto goddess of Mount Fuji and all delicate life. She is also known as the blossom princess and is represented by cherry blossoms. She represents beauty and fragility.
- Origin: Japan
- Material: Polyester
- Size: String Length 7" / Body Length 2.25" x Width 1.75"
- Product #: JCH05
- Code: NWS