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  • Kokeshi

    Kokeshi Dolls: Beautiful Traditional Japanese Craftsmanship

    Kokeshi dolls are one of Japan's most beloved and iconic traditional crafts. These beautiful wooden dolls are handcrafted with exquisite attention to detail and are a popular symbol of Japanese culture.

    The history of Kokeshi dolls dates back to the early 19th century, when they were originally made as toys for children in the Tohoku region of Japan. Over time, the dolls evolved into cherished collectibles and works of art, appreciated for their unique shapes, designs, and intricate patterns.

    At our online shop, we offer a wide range of Kokeshi dolls, each one handcrafted by skilled artisans in Japan. Our dolls come in a variety of sizes, styles, and colors, and each one is a unique work of art.

    Kokeshi dolls are known for their simple, elegant design, featuring a cylindrical body and a rounded head with no arms or legs. They are often decorated with beautiful patterns and motifs, inspired by nature, seasons, or cultural themes.

    In addition to their aesthetic beauty, Kokeshi dolls also have a deeper cultural significance. They are often given as gifts to bring good luck, happiness, and prosperity, and they are believed to embody the spirit and soul of their creator.

    So whether you're a collector looking to add a new piece to your collection, or simply looking for a unique and meaningful gift, our Kokeshi dolls are sure to impress. Shop now and discover the beauty and craftsmanship of this beloved Japanese tradition.

  • ManekiNeko

    Manekineko: The Lucky Beckoning Cat

    Manekineko, or the Beckoning Cat, is a beloved symbol of good luck and prosperity in Japanese culture. These charming figurines can be found in many Japanese homes, businesses, and shops, where they are believed to bring good fortune and prosperity to their owners.

    The origins of the Manekineko can be traced back to the Edo period in Japan, when a wealthy merchant took in a stray cat that he believed had brought him good fortune. The cat would sit outside his shop and beckon customers in with its paw. The merchant was so grateful for the cat's help that he commissioned a statue of it, which became known as the Manekineko.

    The Manekineko is often depicted with one paw raised, beckoning customers or wealth into a shop or home. The color and design of the figurine can also have different meanings, such as gold for wealth, white for good luck, or black for protection from evil spirits.

    At our online shop, we offer a wide variety of Manekineko figurines, each one handcrafted in Japan with care and attention to detail. Whether you're looking for a traditional Manekineko to bring wealth and prosperity to your home or business, or a cute and colorful cat figurine to add to your collection, we have the perfect one for you.

    So why not bring some good luck and prosperity into your life with a Manekineko figurine from our online shop? Shop now and discover the magic of the Beckoning Cat!

  • Sitting dolls

    Japanese characters sit on your shelf!
    Small ceramic dolls. They are so cute!

  • Daruma

    A Daruma doll is a traditional Japanese doll that is often seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck. The doll is named after Bodhidharma, a Buddhist monk who founded Zen Buddhism in China and is said to have spent nine years meditating in a cave, during which time his legs and arms became so weak that they fell off. The Daruma doll is often depicted without arms or legs in reference to this legend.

    The Daruma doll is typically made of papier-mache and has a rounded shape, with a wide, open-eyed face and a beard or mustache. The eyes are left blank when the doll is first made, and the recipient is meant to fill in one eye when they set a goal or make a wish, and then fill in the other eye when the goal or wish is achieved. The doll is then often returned to a temple or shrine, where it is burned in a special ceremony to symbolize the completion of the goal or wish.

  • Other dolls

    Small japanese dolls.
    Animals or japanese famous characters, and lucky items.
    In ceramic, fabric or paper mache.

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