Boys'-May-Festival Doll (with Tiger)

Boys'-May-Festival Doll (with Tiger)

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A May doll that prays for the healthy growth of children.

Among them, the Gosho dolls, which have transparent white skin and rich flesh, are historical dolls that have been displayed during various celebrations such as auspicious occasions at the Imperial Palace (Imperial court), births, and marriages since the Edo period.

The helmet worn by a child who is watched from both sides by a guardian tiger is decorated with iris flowers, with the hope that it will protect the precious child from accidents and illnesses.

"Dango no Sekku" is originally one of the ancient Chinese seasonal events and five seasonal festivals. It was customary to ward off evil spirits by making seasonal decorations and offerings, and to pray for good health.

It is an item that you will love and want to choose with all your heart for the celebration of the first festival.

  • Child: W65 D45 H75 mm
  • Tiger (Left): W50 D25 H35 mm
  • Tiger (Right): W45 D25 H35 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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