Definition of O-fuda

O-fuda

An O-fuda (御札) is a talisman made of paper, wood, fabric or metal, having painted over a kanji representing the name or symbol of a kami (god or spirit) or the name of a Shinto shrine. This talisman serves as protection against evil spirits of all kinds.

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