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  • [Question] Translation Please!

    I purchased a very special charm at Kiyomizudera during our recent, wonderful vacation in Japan. I know the general meaning, but could someone translate for me? This is a picture of the paper wrapper, with the same lettering as is on the charm itself. Arigato!

    Drop another coin in slot and I will tell you more.

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    Re: Translation Please!

    Originally posted by Esmeralda View Post
    I purchased a very special charm at Kiyomizudera during our recent, wonderful vacation in Japan. I know the general meaning, but could someone translate for me? This is a picture of the paper wrapper, with the same lettering as is on the charm itself. Arigato!

    My kanji is not very good esp. w/ places and names, but here goes... From right to left. top to bottom

    Koyasu(? I know the meaning but don't know the context of how it is to be read) Anzan
    (Childbirth delivery safety)

    Kujo (or Kuju?) Omamori
    (Protection charm)

    Otowa San
    (Name of mountain... sound of falling feathers)

    Kiyomizu dera
    (Kiyomizu temple)

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    • #3
      Re: Translation Please!

      Originally posted by nish221 View Post
      My kanji is not very good esp. w/ places and names, but here goes... From right to left. top to bottom

      Koyasu(? I know the meaning but don't know the context of how it is to be read) Anzan
      (Childbirth delivery safety)

      Kujo (or Kuju?) Omamori
      (Protection charm)

      Otowa San
      (Name of mountain... sound of falling feathers)

      Kiyomizu dera
      (Kiyomizu temple)
      Kujo (or Kuju?) Omamori
      -> Kokonoe Omamori or Kokonoe mamori

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      • #4
        Re: Translation Please!

        Domo Arigato, nish221 and bandit! I'll be holding onto my special protection charm tightly when I go to the delivery room!
        Drop another coin in slot and I will tell you more.

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          Re: Translation Please!

          Originally posted by Esmeralda View Post
          Domo Arigato, nish221 and bandit! I'll be holding onto my special protection charm tightly when I go to the delivery room!
          Congratulations and best wishes!

          Bandit: domo arigato!

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