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Kanda Myojin Shrine and the anime/manga “Love Live!” version of good luck charms
In Japan, people traditionally go to a shrine or a temple and write their wish (or thanks if a wish came true) on a wooden tablet--called ema (Japanese: 絵馬), good luck charm --that has a picture of a horse (or sometimes another animal) on the back, and then hang the tablet at the temple or shr...