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What is your lucky charm? 

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We’ve just started selling “lucky charm totes” at the 8tote’s brick-and-mortar shop in Tokyo!

The baby pink tote comes with a dangling English antique key arranged with lacy ribbons. Of course, each key is unique. Isn’t it romantic?

We do have a lot of our own lucky charms in Japan, too. So I did a little search around my house.

Yes, I’ve got this “MANEGI (招布)” tapestry in my bathroom. See the six, colorful calabashes?  Six (Mu ) Calabashes (Hyotan) = MUBYO, and the pronunciation is same for another word that means “free from sickness” in Japanese.

Lucky charms bring us Good Luck & HAPPY SMILE ;)

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