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18th day of each month is Kannon’s Holy Day

Kannon Sensoji Temple (Sensō-ji, 金龍山浅草寺, Kinryū-zan Sensō-ji) is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Bodhisattva Kannon (Avalokiteśvara). The first temple was founded in 645 and is located in Asakusa, Tokyo. Also known as Asakusa Kannon because it houses the Kannon.

Japan counts no less than 33 forms of Kannon which have given rise to hundreds of Kannon Pilgrimage Circuits. Saying prayers to the deity on 18th day of each month is considered Kannon’s holy day and it is believed to bring greater merits and results than on regular days.

Shokai, a Buddhist monk came to this region in 645. He built a hall for the Bodhisattva Kannon. Later, following a revelation received in a dream, he decided to hide the statue. so nobody could see it. The statue remained never unveiled till now.

During the Southern Song Dynasty (南宋; 1127–1279) the "Tianzhu Spiritual Lottery" inspired the "Asakusa Temple Avalokitesvara Lottery". This lottery was introduced to Japan after the Kamakura period (1185-1333). Then in the Muromachi period (1336-1573) the lottery was combined with the worship belief of Yuansan master to become the well-known "Avalokitesvara Hundred Lottery", also known in English as "Kannon Hundred Sticks", which in the Edo period (1603) ~1868) was spread throughout Japan and the whole world today.

The 100 Kannon's Signs Interpretation and Meaning.

Kannon Oracle Fortune Telling

First make a wish or ask Kannon for something in your heart

Then click on the image.

Your fortune will begin with the translation from the Japanese ancient text.

The computer reads the slip for you and gives you the general meaning.

This method of fortune telling involves shaking a box full of bamboo sticks numbered 1 to 100  (See the pictures).

This number is your fortune. Then you get the slip corresponding to your stick number. Usually, it is written in Japanese and in English.

In some temples a fortune teller will read it for you, and give you a more exhaustive meaning.

Here the computer gives you the interpretation.