Ema dedicated to shrines and temples. Originally, it was common to ask a painter to draw. It is said that the sacred horses that were dedicated to Shinto rituals began to be drawn on boards around the Nara period. In modern times, not only sacred horses, but also ema with various designs are sold, and ema are becoming more popular as souvenirs for shrines and temples.
We have created an ema that looks like it has returned to its origin and standard.
It is a "votive tablet" that seems to make some kind of wish come true whether you pray to a shrine or dedicate it or decorate it.