Colored Fortune Slips Tied to a Tree Branch - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:471745543
Upload date:September 26, 2015

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Randomly choosing a fortune slip is a custom when visiting temples or shrines in Japan at the start of the New Year. Less desirable, or bad, fortunes are tied to trees. The belief being that the bad luck will wait by the tree and not attach itself to the bearer, while good fortunes are believed to increase when tied.
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