The "OMAMORI" Kyoto One Stroke Dragon (Power & Fortune Dragon) is a series of Omamori featuring the One Stroke Dragon drawn by Keisuke Tejima, a Kyoto One Stroke Dragon artist. They are finished by applying specialized techniques (high-resolution printing and special processing). An ofuda (amulet) that was officially blessed at Nyoisan Touji-ji Temple of Koyasan Shingon Sect, commonly known as "yu-zu-san," is enshrined in each.
*The body of Take-along Paper OMAMORI as a Buddhist Amulet is blessed directly.
All dragons were drawn gorgeously with Sanskrit characters. The high-resolution pictures are printed clearly under the supervision of Keisuke Tejima, a Kyoto One Stroke Dragon artist, by applying plate-making technologies for faithful reproductions that are as close to the original pictures as possible. In addition, the details are finished carefully and uniquely among the different types of OMAMORI (OMAMORI Banner, Framed OMAMORI, OMAMORI as a hanging scroll, OMAMORI Plaque, and Take-along OMAMORI).
*These Omamori were finished by applying a specialized technique (high-resolution printing and special processing) to reproduction paintings, instead of using the originals.
answers to prayers/enclosure method (method of use)
One Stroke Dragon and the nyoihoju (a wish-fulfilling jewel also known as Chintamani) back up and watch the person(s) in the photograph/persons or affairs related to the document or similar object enclosed in the OMAMORI. It is recommended to give a prayer to the One Stroke Dragon and the nyoihoju (amulet) from time to time.Click for detailes
What is "KYOTO" One Stroke Dragon?
As the name suggests, Kyoto One Stroke Dragon is a picture of a dragon whose torso is drawn in one stroke. Because it is drawn continuously, it is regarded as a symbol of continuous happiness or continuous good match. Therefore, the One Stroke Dragon has been appreciated as a good luck charm since the Edo period (1603 to 1868).Click for detailes
Nyoisan Touji-ji Temple of Koyasan Shingon Sect
"OMAMORI" KYOTO One Stroke Dragon has received prayers properly at this temple. This temple is commonly known as “yu-zu-san” because it grants (“yu-zu” in Japanese) wishes.Click for detailes
Nyoisan Touji-ji Temple of Koyasan Shingon Sect.
[ Photo permission ]
Head Religious Affairs Office, Koyasan Shingon Sect. Main Temple Kongobu-ji
[ One Stroke Dragon Artist ]
[ Secretariat ]
New Omamori “yu-zu-san" Secretariat
(Catalogue Jigyo Sogo Kenkyusho Inc.)
[ Production ]
KOWA PRODUCT Co., LTD.