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Q: If you tie up Omikuji which is a bad one with an opposite hand as your dominant hand, you can increase your luck because it means you overcame your difficulty. soa natural?
A: clarify exactly what you mean by a bad one
Q: Omikuji is a written fortutune teller.

There is a box put at the temple, shrine, and we draw a stick randomly from it.

The number is written at the edge of it. We bring it to the staff and they exchange it for a piece of paper, and our luckiness is written on it.

There are 5 to 12 kinds of luckiness in Omikuji, such as great luck, good luck and so on.

If you draw a good one, you can carry it around to keep the good luck, but if you draw a bad one, you

Have to tie it up to the space equipped at the temple and shrine.

Basically, these ones were burned at the end of the year to chase away the bad luck.

soa natural?
A: Mostly natural but a little unnatural in some places.
"Omikuji is a written fortune teller."
"...and our luck is written on it."
"There are 5 to 12 kinds of luck in Omikuji..."
"...but if you draw a bad one, you have to tie it up to a place at the temple and shrine. These bad ones are burned at the end of the year to chase away the bad luck."
Q: Omikuji is a Japanese random fortune which tells your fortune and gives an advice for your future.

would you mind understanding my English?? soa natural?
A: Something like "‎Omikuji is random Japanese fortune teller, it also gives advice for your future" sounds a bit more natural

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