WHEN TRADITIONS GET LOST IN TRANSLATION

Hi my lovely readers!

How are you today?

I must confess that I am feeling a bit uninspired and drained this week. It must be the perfect British weather of dark skies and endless rain. 😉

Anyways, today I am not going to bombard you with a lot of words, but want to share a tradition in Japan in pictures that I had the pleasure of trying out myself – receiving my fortune aka Omikuji. This was back in 2015.

What do you think? I hope it is just bad translation. Otherwise my life looks a bit bleak!

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