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Japanese five yen gold earrings. Wear for luck good fortune in relationships and personal finances

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Japanese 5 yen earrings Goodluck five yen earrings. Hand made. Wear for luck good fortune in relationships and personal finances.They are about the size of a US quarter. Would make a perfect gift for that hard to buy for person.
The reason why the five yen coin is lucky is because it’s called a “go-EN” coin. The number 5 is “go” in Japanese, and “yen” is pronounced more like “en.”To be precise, “go-EN” means “honorably good luck” especially in terms of relationships. So people throw in these coins at a temple hoping to meet new people who might bring fortune, business, friendship or love. five-yen coins are commonly given as donations at Shinto shrines with the intention of establishing a good connection with the deity of the shrine, and is widely believed it is best to insert a single five-yen coin into a new wallet before inserting any other money.


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Japanese five yen gold earrings. Wear for luck good fortune in relationships and personal finances

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  • Materials: original coin metal, gold plated hooks, gold plated jump rings
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