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The Battledores by Kyugetsu
Traditional Battledores for Someone Precious
Date:30, Nov, 2012
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Hagoita No.66250
Size: 45 cm
Price: 60,000 yen (tax in.)
Please see below for the details


On New Year's Day, we have numberless shrine visitors that buy amulets in Japan. They give it to us for nothing at some of Japanese shrines. It must be common all over Japan that people pray to those small flat poaches anyway.

However, not only those poaches become charms. For instance, we have some have an easy key chain as his amulet since his precious man gave it to him. Charms are never defined by its form. Symbolizing wishes and hopes, various amulets are in Japan, you know.

Battledores are a tradition on Japanese New Year's Day. And it has also been as a protective charm and a talisman as a matter.


Hagoita No.66310
Size: 45 cm
Price: 70,000 yen (tax in.)
Please see below for the details
Now, do you know about Kyugetsu? They were established in 1835 and have kept making Japanese dolls. Using its know-how on making dolls, they also make and launch the battledores festooned with cloth appliqué like some portraits. It is called Oshie-hagoita in Japanese. Just then, this year they say their battledores mean protection. It is just right that they are featuring battledores as amulets.

They say they always think a great deal of the whole balance when they make battledores at Kyugetsu. So they have many kinds of battledores at their stores, from contemporary to old-fashioned. But you can feel a good quality from every product.

As an amulet for somebody special, their battledores can work enough for sure.



#66250:
In it, she has an ornament including agate that is said to blow off bad ghosts and to make you lucky.

#66310:
In it, written behind is a phoenix that is said to appear when some luck drops in at you.


Kyugetsu Co., Ltd.
 Address: 1-20-4 Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
 TEL: +81-3-5687-5176
 Official Site: Kyugetsu Co., Ltd. (Japanese)






 

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