Rokugani charms were sold as sacred souvenirs. Cloth, wood, and paper were the most popular of materials. Small bags on cords, inscribed with the kanji of a specific Fortune, were the most popular type of amulets. Other than the kami, popular inscriptions on amulets include josai shofuku, which meaned "away with misfortune," welcome to good luck, gakugyo seikyo (success in examinations), or ryoko amen (safe journey). [1]

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  1. Game Master's Guide; 2nd Ed, p. 95

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