Yayoi (弥生) "New Life") 三月 (sangatsu) March

third month of the lunar calendar

san-gatsu no rion

March Comes in Like a Lion

Tsukigata Nahiko
Tsukigata Nahiko
Obuchi Mitsunori
Obuchi Mitsunori
Mori Seishi
Mori Seishi
Deishi Shibuya
Deishi Shibuya
Sakakouraizaemon X
Sakakouraizaemon X
Sakakouraizaemon
Sakakouraizaemon
Tsukigata Nahiko ★ONI-SHINO★
Tsukigata Nahiko ★ONI-SHINO★
Seigan Yamane
Seigan Yamane
 Yoshida Haginen
Yoshida Haginen
Nakamura V Generation
Nakamura V Generation
Sakakouraizaemon X
Sakakouraizaemon X
Isshu Tamura
Isshu Tamura
Tsukigata Nahiko
Tsukigata Nahiko
Tsukigata Nahiko
Tsukigata Nahiko
Seigan Yamane
Seigan Yamane
Masakazu Yamada
Masakazu Yamada
Takahashi Rakusai  IV
Takahashi Rakusai IV
Seigan Yamane
Seigan Yamane
Kaneta Masanao
Kaneta Masanao

Kawasaki Daishi Heikenji Temple Omamori

The omamori are Japanese amulets dedicated both to particular Shinto deities and to Buddhist icons. The Japanese word mamori means protection, while the honorific prefix o- gives the word a moving meaning towards the outside, thus going to mean "Your protection".

Traffic safety guard (omamori bag)  Kanji character of "traffic safety" 交通安全御守
Traffic safety guard (omamori bag) Kanji character of "traffic safety" 交通安全御守