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Hina dolls No.1 -dolls for Girl's Festival-
Hina dolls No.1 -dolls for Girl's Festival-Hina dolls are typical Japanese dolls with a history of over 1000 years.
Its long tradition, and the dolls become essential ornaments for Girls' Festival as Japanese traditional craftwork.
These beautiful hina dolls are created by Shimada Kisho, a renowned doll artist of Iwaki city in Saitama, the best doll production district in Japan.
Edo Kimekomi doll "Iwaki"
Edo Kimekomi doll IwakiEdo Kimekomi doll made by Traditional craft artisan, Kenichi Suzuki,. This doll uses Tatsumura kire, so the modest textures of that reproduced ancient fabrics which are reminiscent of the Heian era create profound and beautiful atmosphere with the magical charm of kimekomi doll.

Kenichi Suzukikenichi Suzuki: Doll artist. Traditional craft artisan. He have won a variety of awards, and made the offerings to the Emperor and Empress.
Kimekomi doll: a doll made with the method of molding the base form of a doll from paulownia sawdust mixed with glue, paste the fabrics on the surface, and put the head on top. It has a combination of kindness and elegance, and creates a distinctive atmosphere.

Tetsumura kire: Japanese ancient fabrics have blossomed as work of art with magnificent designs and colors since Asuka and Nara period (6th-8the century). Tatsumura kire is a reproduction of original ancient fabrics carefully wrought by the traditional sophisticated skills and keen sensitivity to the times.
1/3 Date Masamune's Bronze Armor
1/3 Data Masamune's Bronze ArmorArmor ornament for the Boy's Festival held on May 5th.
This is one third reproduction of the armor which Date Masamune, one of the famous feudal warlords, was wearing.
It is popular for its unique hoe form. Recently, it is used as an interior ornament as well.
1/3 Data Masamune's Bronze Armor

Wearable Armor
Wearable Armor ShishouThis is an wearnable armor for ages 5 - 7 years.
It is an ornament for the Boy's Festival held in May, but it also has become a popular interior ornament regardless of the season.
Japanesestyle inns and hotels set their front desks and lobbies with vigorous armors, and more and more hotels are holding photograghing events for children at the time of the Boy's Festival.
Wearable Armor Shishou

Little Syogun
Little SyogunHayashi Seiichi, an illustrator, made this popular character into 3-dimensional figure. This is our original popular doll of a boy wearing an armor and a cute little puppy looking at him.
Place it at your hallway or your room, or it would also be great for gifts.
Little Syogu
Shotokutaishi in his boyhood
Shotokutaishi in his boyhoodCreated by Kumakura Seishou, a doll creator.
He is a renowned artist in doll industry who specializes in making original models of doll's head. More than 80% of hina doll's head are made from his originals.

artist's intention
Shotokutaishi was very brilliant prince in the late 5th century. He actively brought in many continental cultures (Chinese cultures). Especially, Buddhism wouldn't have flourished without his power.
When Emperor Yomei got ill, the little prince brought an incense burner and prayed for his recovery which consoled the emperor very much.
With the image of excellently clever and gentle hearted prince in mind, I made this statue wishing for everyone's bright future.

Oyama Doll
Oyama DollThis is a typical Japanese doll expressing woman's beauty through the gorgeous costume and elegant figure. This kind of doll has been very popular since the Edo period, and it has been used for Girl's Festival held on March 3rd.
Most of them are derived from Noh dramas and Kabuki, so the properties that dolls are holding represent a part of each dance.
Oyama Doll

Japanese Battledore -Fujimusume-
Japanese Battledore -Fujimusume-Because its shape gets widen toward the end, it is said to imoly that things get more and more prosperous as time goes on. So, the battledore is said to strike up the economy and treated as a lucky charm for the welfare of the household and the prosperity of one's business.
The motif of this battledore is a scene of Kabuki dance.
Japanese Battledore -Fujimusume-

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