Fukukan/Fortune Can Tora Hariko - Limited Time Item!
A traditional cultural item from Japan. Each unique token is handmade by locals in different prefectures of Japan.
Kashiwara City, Osaka Prefecture
Osaka papier mache dolls have been appreciated as toys for praying for the healthy growth of children since the Muromachi period. The Chougosonshiji Temple on Mount Shigi-san, which is believed to be the place where Bishamonten first appeared in Japan, used to give tiger papier mache dolls as an amulet. "Sekaiichi Fukutora" that is designed based on Osaka papier mache is also popular. In Osaka, people celebrate Children's Day on 5th May with a tiger papier mache doll together with a kabuto (helmet).
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