A branch of sacred sakaki tree with zig-zag strips (shide) of paper or cloth, or lengths of tree fibres (yu) attached. Tamagushi may be used as offerings, or as amulets. 'Tama' may refer to the sakaki hung with jewels mentioned in the Nihongi account of creation.

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