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Enchantment of Japanese Dolls introduced byKYUGETSU

"MOMOYAMA" (A4741)

This is a female doll dressed in the style of the Azuchi-Momoyama era.
Height: 44cm
The case is available on sale

"Four Seasons - TSUZUMI" (A8656)

TSUZUMI is a traditional Japanese percussion instrument, which the players hold on their shoulders and beat.
Height: 24cm
The case is available on salee

"HANAGOROMO" (A4004)

This feature is one of a dance named "Mai-Ohgi"."Mai" means a dance and "Ohgi" dose a folding fan."Ohgi" is a typical Japanese folding fan,made of paper on a bamboo frame,commonly with an artistic picture or calligraphy.
This dance is performed using only a beautiful fan.
Height: 47cm
The case is available on sale

"TOMESODE" (A4120)

TOMESODE is a special kimono for celebration.
Height: 45cm
The case is available on sale

"KAGAMI-JISHI" (D5100)

Height:21cm
The case is available on sale
KAGAMI-JISHI is one of the KABUKI dancing themes, which is based on the NOH play "SHAKKYO (Stone Bridge)".

"KO-OMOTE" (N-170)

Width: 26cm x Height: 35cm
KO-OMOTE is one of the masks used in NOH drama, which is the traditional Japanese performance. This mask represents the young woman.

"YU-YA" (B309)

Height: 35cm
The case is available on sale
This doll is based on the NOH play "YU-YA", which is a traditional Japanese performance..

Hinakazari|雛人形

* HINA-KAZARI

This is one of the dolls decorated on the Girls' Holiday on March 3rd, based on the Japanese tradition.

"KIMEKOMI - TACHIBINA" (40861)

Width: 28cm x Depth: 31cm x Height: 40cm
This doll is one of the decorations for the Girls' Holiday on March 3rd in Japan. It incorporates the unique engineering called KIMEKOMI.

Gogatsukazari|五月人形

* GOGATSU-KAZARI

This is one of the dolls decorated on the Boys' Holiday on May 5th, based on the Japanese tradition.

"KABUTO" (SHUNKEI20) Size 20 KABUTO made of pure silk and decorated with various ODOSHI

Width: 41cm x Depth: 34cm x Height: 57cm
The case is available on sale
KABUTO is one of the decorations for the Boys' Holiday on May 5th in Japan. It is based on the fact that the ancient warriors had worn the decorative arms as charms during war..

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