They have welcomed visitors to Nara and its temples for centuries and are nicknamed "the bowing deer", as they bow their heads before being fed tasty shika senbei (鹿せんべい), "deer biscuits". But sika deer are also considered messengers of the Shinto gods and therefore capable of predicting fortune: this is why this splendid lucky charm, made in Japan, in the shape of a Nara deer, also contains a small fortune slip, in Japanese, which can be recovered pulling the cord under the base.
Ceramica, rope, paper.
For those who have been to Nara and those who would just love to go visit and as a nice way to bring luck and for the fun of discovering what's inside!
5 cm x 3 cm x 4 cm