An item associated with Shinto (ofuda), Taoism (fu), and Hinduism (sutra). Usually seen as part of "traditional" Japanese magic especially when Onmyouji are involved, with common uses in exorcism and warding.
Alternate names: Paper talismans, Ofuda, 御札, お札
Name variations: o-fuda
The first video game about Paper charms was released on August 29, 2003.