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What day is it?
Based on today being Wednesday 28 Jan 2015 22:15* the Japanese Rokuyo day is Tomobiki 友引, which supposedly means good luck all day, except at noon.
(* Central Standard Time. In Rokuyo's home country of Japan it is now Thursday 29 Jan 2015 13:15)
Move your mouse over a Rokuyo two-letter code to see its description
Click any day for a Thought of the Day
|Days of 六曜 (Rokuyo)||Significance|
|se||先勝 – Sensho (also known as Senkachi or Sakigachi)||Good luck in the morning, bad luck in the afternoon. Here's why|
|to||友引 – Tomobiki ||Good luck all day, except at noon. Here's why|
|sm||先負 – Sakimake, (also known as Senmake or Senbu) ||Bad luck in the morning, good luck in the afternoon. Here's why|
|bu||仏滅 – Butsumetsu ||Unlucky all day. Here's why|
|ta||大安 – Taian ||Lucky all day. Here's why|
|sk||赤口 – Shakku, (also known as Shakko or Jakko) ||Bad luck all day, except at noon. Here's why|
For most Japanese people the only notable days are Tomobiki, Butsumetsu and Taian. The other three days are less often referred to, hence their non-standardised transliterations.
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We are not trying to promote Rokuyo;
in fact, we don't believe any of it!
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