Fukusuke Porcelain Doll

Fukusuke Porcelain Doll

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Fukusuke Ningyo is an auspicious doll that is said to bring good luck.
A man sitting on his knees, characterized by a large head and topknot.

Originally, Kano Fukusuke, a doll of the god of fortune, was popular in Edo around the first year of Bunka. It was enshrined in teahouses and prostitutes as a wish-granting shrine.

It is said that the person who became the model for Kano Fukusuke actually existed, and he appeared in Kiyoshi Matsuura's "Koshi Yabanashi", and ukiyo-e prints of the time depicted Kano Fukusuke. Along with the auspicious charm with "fu", it says, "Fukusuke is a gift that brings wealth and prosperity to a harmonious couple."

The pattern of the kimono has a treasure pattern, and the back has a pine, bamboo, and plum pattern.

  • W100 D90 H114 mm
  • When washing, please use a neutral detergent on a soft sponge, etc. and hand wash. Rubbing strongly with a cleanser or scrubbing brush may scratch the surface.
  • Please refrain from using the dishwasher as the abrasives and bleaching agents contained in the detergent may cause the overpainted color to come off.
  • Do not use gold or silver products in the microwave oven.
  • Do not use in open flames or ovens for all ceramic products.
  • Porcelain can be damaged by strong impact or sudden temperature changes. Do not use damaged products as they may cause injury.
  • Please use a mat or cloth on a table that is easily damaged.
  • To remove tea stains, hot water scale, and other stubborn stains, use kitchen bleach according to the prescribed method. Please do not use gold and silver decorations as they may cause discoloration.
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