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Kokeshi doll making has now come to be recognised as one of Japan's most vibrant folk arts. Traditionally comprising a simple trunk and enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines for detail, kokeshi designs have become increasingly intricate, diverse and faithful to the human form over the years, resulting in the attractive and relatively lifelike dolls you see today.

RM160.00

Kokeshi doll making has now come to be recognised as one of Japan's most vibrant folk arts. Traditionally comprising a simple trunk and enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines for detail, kokeshi designs have become increasingly intricate, diverse and faithful to the human form over the years, resulting in the attractive and relatively lifelike dolls you see today.

RM400.00

Kokeshi doll making has now come to be recognised as one of Japan's most vibrant folk arts. Traditionally comprising a simple trunk and enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines for detail, kokeshi designs have become increasingly intricate, diverse and faithful to the human form over the years, resulting in the attractive and relatively lifelike dolls you see today.

RM350.00

Kokeshi doll making has now come to be recognised as one of Japan's most vibrant folk arts. Traditionally comprising a simple trunk and enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines for detail, kokeshi designs have become increasingly intricate, diverse and faithful to the human form over the years, resulting in the attractive and relatively lifelike dolls you see today.

RM140.00

Kokeshi doll making has now come to be recognised as one of Japan's most vibrant folk arts. Traditionally comprising a simple trunk and enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines for detail, kokeshi designs have become increasingly intricate, diverse and faithful to the human form over the years, resulting in the attractive and relatively lifelike dolls you see today.

RM300.00

Daruma doll (達磨, daruma) is a hollow, round, Japanese traditional doll modeled after Bodhidharma, the founder of the Zen tradition of Buddhism. These dolls, though typically red and depicting a bearded man (Bodhidharma), vary greatly in color and design depending on region and artist. Though considered a toy by some, Daruma has a design that is rich in symbolism and is regarded more as a talisman of good luck to the Japanese. Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement. The doll has also been commercialized by many Buddhist temples to use alongside the setting of goals.

RM200.00

The Maneki-neko (招き猫, lit. 'beckoning cat') is a common Japanese figurine which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. In modern times, they are usually made of ceramic or plastic. The figurine depicts a cat, traditionally a calico Japanese Bobtail, with a paw raised in a Japanese beckoning gesture. The figurines are often displayed in shops, restaurants, pachinko parlors, dry cleaners, laundromats, bars, casinos, hotels, nightclubs, and other businesses, generally near the entrance. Some Maneki-neko are now equipped with a mechanical paw which slowly moves back and forth.

RM400.00

Craft (工芸, kōgei, lit. engineered art) in Japan has a long tradition and history. Included are handicrafts by an individual or a group, and a craft is work produced by independent studio artists, working with traditional craft materials and/or processes.

RM150.00

Japanese wind bells are called Furin; “Fu” is wind and “rin” is bell in Japanese. The glass Edo Furin wind bell is particularly beautiful and can be often seen during Japan's humid summer.

RM120.00

Kabuto (兜, 冑) is a type of helmet first used by ancient Japanese warriors, and in later periods, they became an important part of the traditional Japanese armour worn by the samurai class and their retainers in feudal Japan.

RM960.00
  • Japanese Kimono
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RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00
  • Japanese Kimono
  • Shipped directly from Japan
  • Does not include Obi and string
RM100.00