"Kyoto" Power & Fortune Dragon What is One Stroke Dragon as a family treasure?|お守り一筆龍 -Power & Fortune Dragon- – OMAMORI "Kyoto" Power & Fortune Dragon

[Answers to prayers: Development, economic fortune, prosperity in business, protection against evil spirits, health, safety, good match, and harmonious relations] [Purpose: Home, company, congratulatory gift, gift, personal use]

Answers to Prayers

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The ascending dragon was drawn with a sincere prayer to make a big wish come true, while the dragon looking down was drawn with a prayer for safety and protection. 


"OMAMORI" Kyoto One Stroke Dragon has received prayers properly at Nyoisan Touji-ji Temple of Koyasan Shingon Sect., which is commonly known as “yu-zu-san.”
*The body of Take-along Paper OMAMORI as a Buddhist Amulet is blessed directly.

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.

What is “Yu-zu-san”
“Yu-zu-san” is the nickname of Nyoi-Hoshu Yu-zu-son, a deity who grants wishes.

A wish-granting jewel that is said to have been created by Odaishi-sama (Kobo-Daishi/Kukai)



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Thoughts of Keisuke Teshima, One Stroke Dragon Artist


I draw the torso of the dragon seamlessly in one stroke, wishing for continuous happiness, continuous good economic fortune, and continuous good matches.
I also write the Sanskrit characters for Buddha, who answers prayers.

◆ Buddhas who answer the prayers    

“梵字”

All pictures come with the signature of "Kyoto One Stroke Dragon" and the signature of Keisuke Tejima.

 


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. Please give a prayer of thanks when your wish has come true or your dream has been achieved.

Enclosure examples

『Examples of object to be enclosed 』

Prosperity in business/Career success: Photograph of the office, employees, or the product, registry, business plan document, document showing corporate slogan, contract, flyer or brochure of products/services, organization chart, credo card, business card, and letter of acceptance …etc
Prosperity in financial matters: Stock certificate, bank book, lottery tickets, and betting slip …etc
Prosperous health: Medical examination report, health insurance card, origami paper crane, and X-ray photo …etc
Sound growth of child: Photograph of child/family, birth record, maternal handbook, report card, New Year calligraphy, picture painted by the child, exam admission slip, letter of acceptance, award certificate, certificate of dan (rank in martial arts, etc.), and tournament chart …etc
Longevity: Certificate of appreciation and photograph of grandchild(ren) …etc
Success in love: Photograph of the couple …etc
Good match: Photograph for matchmaking meeting …etc
Happy marriage life: Betrothal statement, marriage oath, and notification of marriage …etc

[Frame] Please make sure to enclose a photo, document, or similar object no thicker than 1 millimeters, so as to maintain the quality and stability. If you enclose it on the side of the transparent acrylic panel in front, please take care to ensure that the picture of One Stroke Dragon and the amulet will not move.
Please also note that the picture of the One Stroke Dragon and the silver foil stamp may be hidden depending on the size of the photo, document, or similar object that is enclosed.
[Hanging scroll] Please make sure to enclose a photo, document, or similar object no thicker than 1 millimeters and no heavier than 25 grams, so as to maintain the quality and stability.

Caution
We carefully finish the acrylic plates, metal fixture, and other parts of the Framed OMAMORI to prevent sharp edges. However, they may injure the hands or fingers.
Handle the OMAMORI carefully when enshrining it.