Kumade - Japanese colorfully decorated bamboo rake, which is believed as "rake in good fortune" for a new year.

Kumade - Japanese colorfully decorated bamboo rake, which is believed to "rake in good fortune" for a new year.

Good luck charms. Kumade.  Treasure ships (Takarabune) kumade from Yoshida, Tokyo. All made by hands and authentic and traditional ways. You can buy only on the days of the rooster in November at Otorijinja Shrine, Asakusa, Tokyo

Treasure ships (Takarabune) kumade from Yoshida, Tokyo. All made by hands and authentic and traditional ways. You can buy only on the days of the rooster in November at Otorijinja Shrine, Asakusa, Tokyo

Have you seen #anime #Paprika? There was a variation about #kumade. The real one you can see in # Tokyo

Have you seen There was a variation about The real one you can see in # Tokyo

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New Year celebration in other countries - some interesting facts

November is getting closer and with it the annual torinoichi markets. You might have seen the often very colorful and excessively large kumade (熊手) at shops, homes and offices around Tokyo. The nam…

Otori Jinja – The Birthplace of Torinoichi

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