Lanternes japonaises sur l'eau

Toro Nagashi (灯籠流し) is a Japanese ceremony in which participants float paper lanterns (chōchin) down a river; tōrō is traditionally another word for lantern, while nagashi means “cruise, flow”. THIS IS WHY THE JAPANESE CULTURE IS THE BEST.

帯留め(Obidome)

a.k.a.押絵 しゃれ紋

Japanese most famous Inro (pillbox for Samurai), Mito Inro

Japanese most famous Inro (pillbox for Samurai), Mito Tokugawa, Edo period

chiri-men craft museum

An adorable craft piece I bought from The Chirimen Craft Museum in Kyoto, Japan. The bunny and the bird are sitting on a dango which is a type of Japanese dumpling made of mochiko (rice flour).

Kimono Fabric, Fabric Crafts, Japan Style, Textile Jewelry, Pincushions, Fabric Flowers, Clothes Crafts

【招喜屋】金魚シリーズ《金魚お手玉》

【招喜屋】金魚シリーズ《金魚お手玉》

つまみ細工(アレンジつまみ)「和婚のためのリングピロー」 2x

つまみ細工大好き人 fumiemon

つまみ細工(アレンジつまみ)「和婚のためのリングピロー」 2x

ぞうり 吊るし飾り

ぞうり 吊るし飾り

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