Umezume-pattern Genji-Hina

Umezume-pattern Genji-Hina

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The Hinamatsuri on March 3, also known as the "Momo no Sekku" or "Yayoi no Sekku" festival, is a day to pray for the beautiful growth and happiness of girls.

Hinamatsuri was originally one of the five festivals, "Joshi no Sekku". This day was considered a mourning day in ancient China, and people used to cleanse their bodies at the waterside to exorcise evil spirits. It was introduced to Japan around the Heian period, and became an event of ``nagashibina,'' where dirt and paper dolls were removed and washed away in water. .

This became a seasonal festival, and it was not until the Edo period that people began to decorate the hina dolls in rows and decorate them beautifully. However, only samurai and aristocrats celebrated in this way. It was after the Meiji period that this custom became established in ordinary households.

We have inherited the history and traditional techniques of the Nabeshima clan kiln, and we continue to make porcelain hina dolls while carefully handing them down to the next generation.

Craftsmen from Hataman Touen, who have inherited the sophisticated techniques of Imari Nabeshima ware, carefully paint each piece, so there may be slight individual differences in the expression, but you can enjoy the fluctuations of the Hina dolls. is.

  • Male: W105 D85 H120 Female: W115 D105 H77 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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