Hana Kanzashi hagoita. Originally used in a game called Hanetsuki  ( a paddle game) starting in the 17th century. Now mainly for decoration. Bought at traditional fairs in Dec.

Hana Kanzashi hagoita. Originally used in a game called Hanetsuki ( a paddle game) starting in the 17th century. Now mainly for decoration. Bought at traditional fairs in Dec.

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羽子板(battledore) #japan #traditional #embroidery

Toshinoichi hagoita (shuttlecock paddle) market, Sensoji Temple, Asakusa

Hagoita Market in Asakusa

Toshinoichi hagoita (shuttlecock paddle) market, Sensoji Temple, Asakusa

Hello kitty Hagoita Red SANRIO from JAPAN

Hello kitty Hagoita Red SANRIO from JAPAN

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Vintage 1950s lovely Japanese kabuki hagoita paddle

Vintage 1950s lovely Japanese kabuki hagoita paddle

hagoita - Google Search

hagoita - Google Search


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Hana Kanzashi hagoita. Originally used in a game called Hanetsuki. Height 60cm = 24 inch. Fabric: Silk Shoken Kinran (embroidery), Japan.

Hana Kanzashi hagoita. Originally used in a game called Hanetsuki. Height 60cm = 24 inch. Fabric: Silk Shoken Kinran (embroidery), Japan.

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本日、無事に?ドラマ「幸せの時間」は最終回を迎え、主人公の主婦ヒロインはお弁当教室を主宰し、前向きな再スタートをするのでした!

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Hagoita : (羽子板 「はごいた」) are rectangular wooden paddles, originating in Japan, ostensibly used to play hanetsuki, but often instead serving a more ornamental purpose.

Hagoita : (羽子板 「はごいた」) are rectangular wooden paddles, originating in Japan, ostensibly used to play hanetsuki, but often instead serving a more ornamental purpose.

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