There's an old tradition in Japan of shops and other businesses buying decorated bamboo rakes to bring them good luck and "rake in the money" for the next year. They're called kumade (pronounced "kuma-day") which means bear's claw. Over the years they've become more stylised, and are decorated with all kinds of lucky charms and other things.
They are sold all over Japan, but the most famous place is at O-Tori-Jinja shrine in Asakusa, Tokyo. It holds two or sometimes three tori-no-ichi festivals in November. These run for twenty-four hours from midnight to midnight and are bustling with visitors, noisy and exciting. The narrow lanes behind the shrine are lined with all kinds of stalls and lively makeshift restaurants. It's most fun at night, and I've been going every year for a quarter of a century.