Wishing Board

Got this cute looking wishing board call Ema (絵馬) from JList. Wishing boards are usually bought at a temple in Japan where one will write down their wish and hang it at a designated hanging place.


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14 Responses to Wishing Board

  1. alafista says:

    So where are you going to hang yours? Must hang somewhere with good fengshui then will come true fast fast.

  2. Q says:

    I have a feeling that those are called “ema” (絵馬).

    I remember seeing one of those hanging underneath the seat of an itachari (think of itasha but for bicycles) in Akihabara last year, wishing for a return of the Hokousha Tengoku (歩行者天国). I saw it just about a year after the mass murder happened too. A sad feeling kinda rushed to me all of a sudden.


  3. i-pup (Jun) says:

    Very interesting to see people using it in singapore.
    oh btw what does TD8316 means???

  4. Jun Wong says:

    Can Gordonator or anyone translates what’s being written on Gordonator’s wishing board please?

    I guess its sth abt having a gf? I am correct? haa..

  5. phossil says:

    Well I read it as Kanojo ga (some word) shii ..

    Sorry, need to learn more japanese >_<

  6. insanejake says:

    “I want a girlfriend!”

    Don’t we all?

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