Omamori MONEY (economic situation, work, business, victory, etc.) for wallet
In Japanese religion, Hachiman (八幡神) is the syncretic divinity of archery and war, incorporating elements from both Shinto and Buddhism. Although often called the god of war, he is more strictly defined as the tutelary god of warriors. He is also the divine protector of Japan, the Japanese people and the Imperial House. The Minamoto clan ("Genji") and most samurai worshipped him. His name means "God of Eight Banners", referring to the eight heavenly banners that signaled the birth of the divine Emperor Ōjin. His symbolic animal and messenger is the dove.
Since ancient times Hachiman has been worshiped by farmers as the god of agriculture and by fishermen, who hoped that he would fill their nets with many fish. In Shinto, he became identified by legend as the Emperor Ōjin, son of Empress Jingū, who reigned in the 3rd–4th century.