Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

How to Make a Wish in Japan

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Manga Designers Lab.

Jul 19 ,2018

Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

These boards are called Ema and are used in Japanese culture to make wishes. Just take a look and you'll see some made by tourists from all over the world as well.

Here, we will tell you all about Japanese ema tablets!

What's an ema tablet?

Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

It is believed that writing out your wish and offering it to a shrine will have it granted by god.

Every wish is different

Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

After taking an actual look at ema tablets, it seems that many people from around the world all share common wishes.

How to Make an Offering

Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards. Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

That's it!

So what is an ema tablet anyway?

Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards. Japanese shrines have a mystical corner with tens and hundreds of hanging boards.

Be sure to use an ema tablet to make your own wish when visiting a Japanese shrine!

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