Drawing an oracle in the form of Japanese traditional Waka poem [¥100]
Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken excelled in writing Waka (traditional Japanese poems of 31 syllables in the pattern 5-7-5-7-7).
The Emperor composed about 100,000 Waka and the Empress about 30,000, expressing from their hearts their feelings towards the world, country and the people, as well as ethical thoughts, etc.
30 Waka have been chosen (with English translation) as omikuji oracles.
It is hoped that the poem’s message, based on the traditional Shinto ethics, will have particular meaning for you.