10 Japanese Superstitions

November is National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo), and I always try to post something every day during this time. Here’s a reblog from the Otaku Lounge on Japanese superstitions. This post will have some which you’ve never heard of.

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One of the most interesting aspects to me about visiting another country is hearing about common superstitions. No matter how logical people may seem, no matter how grounded or rational the culture, there are always things that people will do or not do, say or not say, that are rooted firmly in myth and folklore. Some, like seeing a black cat cross your path, are common to many countries, while others are much more location-specific.

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