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Daruma (だるま) is the Japanese name for Bodhidharma (Japanese pronunciation of Dharma). The daruma is a Japanese papier-mâché figurine in the shape of a Buddhist monk. A daruma is also, in Japanese culture, a figurine with wishes, luck and prosperity.
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Although modern medicine has only recently caught on to the advantages of buckwheat hull pillows, the Japanese have been enjoying their benefits for centuries. Health care professionals will frequently recommend a makura to help alleviate neck pain and tension headaches. They evenly distribute the weight of your head, allowing the supporting neck muscles to fully relax.
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Koinobori - 鯉 幟 is written with the kanji 鯉 (koi) which means “carp (s)” and 幟 meaning the banner / banner / banner. That is to say a fabric / canvas / paper carp that floats in the wind.
This type of windsock is often hoisted in Japan on "children's day" (Kodomo no hi - 子 供 の 日) which takes place on May 5 in Japan.
At the top of a bamboo pole, the father is represented by a black carp, named magoi, then the mother, by a red carp, named higoi, then a koinobori is hung for each child in the family.
According to a Chinese legend, the carp of the Yellow river, after having gone up the river, would fly up to the sky while being transformed into dragons. This legend is said to be at the origin of this tradition, signifying the end of early childhood and the integration into Japanese society of children over the ages.
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Oil-paper umbrellas are often known in Japanese as wagasa (Japanese: 和傘, "Japanese umbrella"), and these with a bull's-eye design are called janomegasa (蛇の目傘). The handle and scaffold are often colored black, however, sometimes other colors are applied as well. The surface paintings include traditional Japanese culture, gained popularity from the Azuchi–Momoyama period to Edo period.
Find a selection of objects representing the traditional Japanese Owl representing in Japanese culture wisdom, benevolence and knowledge.
The furoshiki (呂 敷 敷) is a traditional Japanese technique of wrapping cloth used to carry clothes, gifts, bentō, etc.
This technique promotes the preservation of the environment and the reduction of waste; Furoshiki is the ecological packaging fabric par excellence. Using techniques similar to origami, it can be used for gift wrap, grocery or just as decor. Choose from a wide variety of sizes and styles to suit your moods and lifestyle.
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Here is a selection of objects representing the rabbit, a kawai figure par excellence in Japan.
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