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おうぎだな 扇棚 Ogidana —  type of shelf arrangement in a traditional Japanese room. [DN]

おうぎだな

おおがしら  (also たいとう) 大頭  (大纛) Ogashira  (taitO) — type of ancient ceremonial decoration. [DN]

おおがしら

おたばこぼん 御煙草盆 otabakobon — type of women’s hairstyle used by girls. [DN]

おたばこぼんおたらい 御盥 otarai — type of women’s hairstyle. [DN]

おたらい

おでん 御田 oden — type of food. A winter dish consisting of various ingredients such as daikon root [see entry], potatoes, konnyaku [see entry], etc., boiled in light soy sauce. [AN]

おでんおとぎぼうこ 御伽這子  御伽婢子 otogibOko — type of amulet shaped like a child. [DN]

おとぎぼうこおとしだな 落し棚  落とし棚 otoshidana —  type of shelf arrangement in a traditional Japanese room. [DN]

おとしだな

おとしだまぶくろ お年玉袋 otoshidamabukuro — envelope into which an お年玉 (money gift given in the new year’s period) is inserted. [M]

おとしだまぶくろ

おにいた 鬼板 oniita — decorative architectural element placed at the edges of the roof. [DN]

おにいた

おにぎり お握り onigiri — type of food. Rice ball stuffed with various fillings, often wrapped in a sheet of seaweed. [AN]

おにぎり

おばこむすび 姨子結び obakomusubi — type of women’s hairstyle. [DN]

おばこむすび

おみくじ 御神籤  御御籤 omikuji — fortune-telling paper notes, drawn by lot. An activity done at Shinto shrines, especially during the new year period. The custom is to tie the notes to dedicated ropes or trees inside the shrine grounds after reading them, especially if they predict anything other than the highest level of luck. [Both M]

おみくじ 2 おみくじ

おまもり お守り omamori — amulet for good luck, obtained at shrines and temples. [M]

おまもり2

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