What do some devils hide in Japanese daily life for?

What do some devils hide in Japanese daily life for?

You should know what the specific figure “666” means.
The unlucky number called as “Devil’s Number” is not generally cared so much in Japan, but some devils closely lurk in our daily life without being noticed.



A devil easily appears on Japanese money

Actually, there’re 6 kind of coins (1 yen, 5 yen, 10 yen, 50 yen, 100 yen, 500 yen) in the Japanese currency, and the total amount of these are…

1+5+10+50+100+500=666

Incidentally, as for all notes are…

1,000+2,000+5,000+10,000=18,000 (18=6+6+6)
* 2,000 note is not circulated well these days.

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Another devil looks out over Japan from Tokyo Skytree

In fact, 666 are obscurely hidden in crucial stuff in Japan, and even Tokyo Skytree is no exception of that.
The height of the tower is officially said 634m, but most people don’t know there is the foundation (32m) sleeping in basement.

634+32=666

It might be thought as just a coincidence for some people, but I can’t help feeling like something hidden intention inside of the figure.

Thanks for reading.