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12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads - 京都あさひ屋
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12mm Blue Goldstone Juzu Prayer beads

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Blue Goldstone Glass Juzu Prayer beads

Material : Blue Goldstone Glass, Silk cord

Full length : about 21cm

Diameter : about 8cm (not elastic)

Head bead : about 16mm

Main beads : about 12mm

Handmade in Kyoto, JAPAN

Blue Goldstone is a gemstone with a meaning and effect to help achieving your goals. It would strengthen your cool-headed decision making and lets you achieve your goal steadily. It is also good to use when you need to think deeply or need to have stable feelings.

In Japan, Buddhists have Prayer beads (Juzu, Nenju). Kyoto is famous as a producing center of Prayer beads. Prayer beads are a traditional tool used to count the number of times a mantra is recited, breaths while meditating, counting prostrations, or the repetitions of a buddha's name.