Auspicious Uchiwa; Japanese Paddle Fan,TAI:Sea Bream (Sparidae)
[Special about this product]
This is a one kind of SENSU, UCHIWA :Round Paper Fan with a lucky tai (sea bream) on it.
Tai （sea bream） is believed to be a fish that brings good luck, because its name sounds like "medetai" （happy） and its color is lucky red.
Fan surface: paper
Fan bone: bamboo
Height 3.7"(Including the handle) x Width 3.1"
～Fans by Shoroku Nishikawa Shoten～
Nishikawa Shoroku Shoten was founded in 1585 in Omi Hachiman. In the past, Nishikawa Shoroku Shoten was what we now call a "select store. As an Omi merchant, it handled "good things" from all over Japan in Osaka and Edo. And now, in the modern age. We are now selling fans, one of the "good things" that still remain in Japan. We will propose products that fit the modern lifestyle.
Of course it is good for treat yourself
Comes in a paulownia wood box, making it the perfect gift for someone special.
We deliver a Japanese taste that brings a refreshing breeze in the hot summer.
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*Please note that the color of the product can look slightly different depending on the environment such as the computer screen.