Let's measure Hong Kong feng shui measure商品コード：9111236
A tape measure that shows not only the length and size, but also [fortune] and [bad luck]
It is useful for adjusting the feng shui of your life and surroundings.
Rather than thinking negatively that everything is "destined",
I love the idea of feng shui, "I can change any destiny".
I want good luck! And I want to live a better life!
Many people would like that.
Isn't there a lot of people who want to do anything they can or have already done?
In "Let's measure Hong Kong feng shui measure" ,
Let's measure [fortune] and [badness] of various things.
Also, I think it's a good idea to try to fix your personal belongings in the [Good] size.
Even if the important thing is [bad] size, it's okay.
If you know the [good] size, you can also deal with [bad] size.
In other words, even if the size is [bad],
Just by changing it a little, you can make it to [Lucky] size.
For example, this paper cup.
It is bad luck when the lid is on, but good luck when the lid is removed.
Drinking without a lid is good luck!
Take it with you when you go shopping, and make the final purchase decision by measuring it!
It's fun, isn't it?
In Feng Shui, the length of an object is considered to have a meaning for each length, such as [good luck] or [bad luck].
It is "Hong Kong Feng Shui Measure (Lu Ban Shaku)" to ascertain it.
This major is divided into four steps.
The first row is in inches (inches are used because Hong Kong was a British colony)
The second step is Monko-shaku, the third step is Choran-shaku, and the fourth step is centimeters.
●What is the gate ruler●
It is used to measure the height and width of immovable objects in buildings (doors, windows, etc.).
●What is Ding Ranshaku?
It is used to measure the height, width, length, and depth of movable furniture (interiors, wallets, etc.).
● How to roughly distinguish between good and bad ●
If the measured object is in the red position, it is good luck. If it is in the black position, it will be [bad].
By the way, the length of the feng shui tape measure + the strap indicates [good luck].
●Monkoshaku and Choranshaku●
The details of the words that Monkoshaku and Dingranshaku refer to are described in the instruction manual delivered with the product.
Since it comes with a stopper, it is possible to measure the length by extending the tape measure to the desired length of [Kichi] in advance.
●[Limited Quantity] Delivered with a charm for good luck●
*The design of the lucky good luck charm may differ from the image in the photo.
* The design of the good luck good luck charm will be delivered at random.
* It will end as soon as the good luck good luck charm is gone.
1 piece (can measure up to 3m)
Length: about 20cm (including strap)
Weight: about 95g
You can see the [fortune] and [badness] of things around you, such as entrances and doors, tables and sofas, wallets and notebooks.
Of course, it can also be used as a regular tape measure.
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