Omamori|Granite × Rutilated quartz

Omamori is an amulet that is held in Japan when you want to make a wish or ward off bad luck. Omamori are sold at various places, including shrines and temples, and are held by people who entrust their wishes to them. Some people believe that when a charm is broken or lost, it is a sign that a wish will come true or that bad luck will be avoided.

Hiiragi's bracelet is a talisman that always contains one zelkova bead carved by a Buddhist sculptor to pray for the fulfillment of wishes and warding off evil spirits. Please enjoy the amulet that comes close to your wishes.

"Eto” is a traditional Japanese custom in which people try to guess 12 different animals every year. This product has a design inspired by the Eto.
Year of the Dog

Granite is a stone made from a mixture of various minerals. It is said to suppress emotional ups and downs and promote harmony and stability of the mind. This granite features a Dalmatian-like pattern, and just adding it will give the bracelet a sense of dynamism.

The Dalmatian is known for its supple coat and beautiful appearance, and was loved by British aristocrats.
Dalmatians are actually full of energy and need to be walked for at least an hour every day!
For those who want to enjoy energy.

Pair it with the burgundy red garnet, smoky quartz, and silver rutilated quartz that you'll miss as autumn approaches for a British taste.

ーーーExplanation of beadsーーー
The following explanations are given in the order of first appearance, clockwise from the wooden bead that serves as the base point. Beads that appear in more than one place are concentrated in the position of the first one.

Buddhist wooden beads
: purification, protection from evil, fulfillment of one's heart's desire
Granite (dalmatian jasper)
: Regulates the ups and downs of emotions,Harmonizes
Rutilated quartz
: Financial luck,Leads your work to success, and activates your body and mind
: Vitality,Fortune
Smoky quartz
: Drives away evil spirits. Develops patience. Relaxing effect


Bracelet inner circumference: approx. 15.5cm
*Wearing model's wrist size: approx. 15cm
*Actual wrist size + 1cm is a rough guide.

Conversion info ( 1cm = 0.39 in 1 in = 2.54cm )

<How to measure your size>
If you have a measuring tape, please measure the thinnest part of your wrist.
If you do not have a tape measure, mark your wrist with a string or tape and measure the string with a ruler.

*If there is a size expansion, the basic image will be the size 1 design.
*Size changes are not available for items intended for overseas customers. Please select your size from the box below.
*If the design has a base bead, the number of base beads will increase one by one as the size increases.Price fluctuations are constant.
*In the case of a design that mixes many types, as the size increases, the number of beads added is changed to keep the balance in mind. Therefore, price fluctuations due to size development are irregular.
*The stones and the woodbeads are natural, so no two are exactly alike. We offer pieces that are in about the same condition as what you see in the pictures. Please leave the selection to Hiiragi.
*It is okay if it gets wet in daily life, but please be careful not to soak it in water for a long time as it may cause the wood to crack.
*Omamori bracelets are delivered with the bracelet in a flat box. A cushion box for the cube is available for a fee. This is recommended for gifts, etc. You can buy one per bracelet.
*You may purchase up to two Omamori bracelets of the same design.
*Wearability may vary depending on the design. For the same inner circumference, if many large beads are used, the bracelet may feel a little tighter, and if many small beads are used, the bracelet may feel a little looser.
*For a more detailed explanation of beads, please see this page.

<Box Contents>
Leaflet explaining the beads used