Kinchaku
   A charm-bag or purse, made out of bright-coloured material and traditionally worn by small children. It contains a mamori-fuda (o-mamori, o-fuda) for protection against accident or getting lost.
   See under Shugaku ryoko for a contemporary equivalent. Children also sometimes wore a maigo-fuda (lost-child fuda); a metal tag with the zodiac sign of their birth on one side and the address on the other.

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