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Auspicious Japanese pattern postcard Japanese Coloring Book

¥1,600

Release date: ‎ 2018/2/27
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 6 pages

 

Easy to enjoy and display in a photo frame
Postcard-sized scratch art!

Scratch art is a technique in which a beautiful picture is created by simply drawing a rough sketch on a black scratch surface. "Healing Scratch Art", which is very popular among adult women for its deep concentration and calming effect, has been made into a small and convenient size. You can enjoy it in your spare time, improve your concentration, and feel a sense of accomplishment when you complete it in a reasonable amount of time.
A large-format postcard that can be easily enjoyed and satisfied with the finished product, born from the voices of scratch fans who said, ``I want the sense of accomplishment of finishing a single scratch to arrive a little sooner'' and ``I would love a smaller size that is easy to do!'' It's the size.
The size is 115 x 166 mm, so it can be beautifully displayed in an L2 size frame.

Classical Japanese patterns include auspicious patterns that are filled with various wishes, such as the ``wave plover'' for marital harmony and family safety, the ``chrysanthemum'' for longevity, and the ``mizuhiki'' for warding off evil spirits and improving one's destiny. "there is. We asked Mr. Yoshiyasu, an artist who has worked on this series in the past, to draw original art exclusively for scratches with this pattern as the theme. We recommend carving a nice Japanese pattern with your wishes and displaying it in your room, or writing a message on the back of a card with an explanation of the auspicious pattern and giving it to a friend. Comes with a perfect size (Western size 2) envelope.


<What's included>
6 scratch sheets (115 x 166 mm), 1 scratch pen, 1 gift envelope. This time's pen is a matcha color that is perfect for the Japanese pattern.

<Description of auspicious Japanese pattern>
01 Wave Chidori
Wave Chidori is an auspicious pattern that has been popular since the Nara period and symbolizes marital harmony and family safety. The big waves and small waves of life
It is filled with the hope that we can overcome this together.
Qinghai waves represent the calm waves of the ocean, and are filled with prayers for eternal peace.
In ``The Tale of Genji,'' the young Hikaru Genji and Tono no Chusho are depicted dancing the bugaku ``Seikainami'' in costumes with this pattern.


02 Yukimi camellia
Camellia is an auspicious tree since ancient times, and is a cursed tree that wards off evil spirits. Evergreen and never loses its leaves
It is said to have sacred magical power. The crimson flower color that stands out against the snow is probably why it is so loved.
The grid squares are said to keep an eye out for demons, and have the meaning of warding off evil spirits. For small and large squares,
It is said to have a stylish and elegant pattern, and it also symbolizes the wish for the prosperity of descendants.


03 Kimono Flower
Chrysanthemums are precious flowers that prolong life, and during the Chrysanthemum Festival, chrysanthemum wine is used to ward off evil spirits and pray for longevity.
It is said to originate from a legend associated with the Noh play ``Kikujido,'' and it is also used as a talisman for patterns on clothing and utensils.
The plum tree, which blooms early in the cold with its fragrant flowers and later bears many fruits, is said to be a symbol of perseverance, vitality, and the prosperity of descendants.
This is an auspicious pattern that represents the new year.


04Assortment of seasonal Japanese sweets
Even in Japanese sweets, you can enjoy seasonal auspicious patterns. For example, a mizuhiki with a plum knot is said to ``keep it from coming undone, ward off evil spirits, and improve one's destiny.''
The fan is also called Suehiro because of its expanded shape, and represents future prospects and development.
A medicine for eternal youth and longevity left behind by Princess Kaguya, who returns to the moon. The rabbit that makes this elixir represents leaping forward, advancement, and prosperity of descendants, and the waxing and waning moon represents resurrection and rebirth.


05 Temari
Temari's round shape symbolizes the wish that ``everything will fall into place.''
It also has the meaning of warding off evil spirits, as it is customary for daughters to carry it as a talisman when they marry.
Kanze water symbolizes infinite movement and time. The flowing water pattern represents an eternity that never ends, and is an elegant and elegant pattern unique to Japan, which is blessed with abundant water.


06 Shochiku plum and cat
Evergreen pine and bamboo that withstand wind, snow, and harsh cold, and plum blossoms that bloom in early spring. “Shochikubai” is a combination of these.
It is sung at auspicious occasions as a symbol of integrity, purity, longevity, and the prosperity of descendants, and is also featured in the designs of gifts.
It can be used as a lucky charm for weddings, births, and various other celebrations, regardless of the season.
This is probably the reason why it has been loved widely and for a long time.

 

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Auspicious Japanese pattern postcard Japanese Coloring Book

¥1,600

Release date: ‎ 2018/2/27
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 6 pages

 

Easy to enjoy and display in a photo frame
Postcard-sized scratch art!

Scratch art is a technique in which a beautiful picture is created by simply drawing a rough sketch on a black scratch surface. "Healing Scratch Art", which is very popular among adult women for its deep concentration and calming effect, has been made into a small and convenient size. You can enjoy it in your spare time, improve your concentration, and feel a sense of accomplishment when you complete it in a reasonable amount of time.
A large-format postcard that can be easily enjoyed and satisfied with the finished product, born from the voices of scratch fans who said, ``I want the sense of accomplishment of finishing a single scratch to arrive a little sooner'' and ``I would love a smaller size that is easy to do!'' It's the size.
The size is 115 x 166 mm, so it can be beautifully displayed in an L2 size frame.

Classical Japanese patterns include auspicious patterns that are filled with various wishes, such as the ``wave plover'' for marital harmony and family safety, the ``chrysanthemum'' for longevity, and the ``mizuhiki'' for warding off evil spirits and improving one's destiny. "there is. We asked Mr. Yoshiyasu, an artist who has worked on this series in the past, to draw original art exclusively for scratches with this pattern as the theme. We recommend carving a nice Japanese pattern with your wishes and displaying it in your room, or writing a message on the back of a card with an explanation of the auspicious pattern and giving it to a friend. Comes with a perfect size (Western size 2) envelope.


<What's included>
6 scratch sheets (115 x 166 mm), 1 scratch pen, 1 gift envelope. This time's pen is a matcha color that is perfect for the Japanese pattern.

<Description of auspicious Japanese pattern>
01 Wave Chidori
Wave Chidori is an auspicious pattern that has been popular since the Nara period and symbolizes marital harmony and family safety. The big waves and small waves of life
It is filled with the hope that we can overcome this together.
Qinghai waves represent the calm waves of the ocean, and are filled with prayers for eternal peace.
In ``The Tale of Genji,'' the young Hikaru Genji and Tono no Chusho are depicted dancing the bugaku ``Seikainami'' in costumes with this pattern.


02 Yukimi camellia
Camellia is an auspicious tree since ancient times, and is a cursed tree that wards off evil spirits. Evergreen and never loses its leaves
It is said to have sacred magical power. The crimson flower color that stands out against the snow is probably why it is so loved.
The grid squares are said to keep an eye out for demons, and have the meaning of warding off evil spirits. For small and large squares,
It is said to have a stylish and elegant pattern, and it also symbolizes the wish for the prosperity of descendants.


03 Kimono Flower
Chrysanthemums are precious flowers that prolong life, and during the Chrysanthemum Festival, chrysanthemum wine is used to ward off evil spirits and pray for longevity.
It is said to originate from a legend associated with the Noh play ``Kikujido,'' and it is also used as a talisman for patterns on clothing and utensils.
The plum tree, which blooms early in the cold with its fragrant flowers and later bears many fruits, is said to be a symbol of perseverance, vitality, and the prosperity of descendants.
This is an auspicious pattern that represents the new year.


04Assortment of seasonal Japanese sweets
Even in Japanese sweets, you can enjoy seasonal auspicious patterns. For example, a mizuhiki with a plum knot is said to ``keep it from coming undone, ward off evil spirits, and improve one's destiny.''
The fan is also called Suehiro because of its expanded shape, and represents future prospects and development.
A medicine for eternal youth and longevity left behind by Princess Kaguya, who returns to the moon. The rabbit that makes this elixir represents leaping forward, advancement, and prosperity of descendants, and the waxing and waning moon represents resurrection and rebirth.


05 Temari
Temari's round shape symbolizes the wish that ``everything will fall into place.''
It also has the meaning of warding off evil spirits, as it is customary for daughters to carry it as a talisman when they marry.
Kanze water symbolizes infinite movement and time. The flowing water pattern represents an eternity that never ends, and is an elegant and elegant pattern unique to Japan, which is blessed with abundant water.


06 Shochiku plum and cat
Evergreen pine and bamboo that withstand wind, snow, and harsh cold, and plum blossoms that bloom in early spring. “Shochikubai” is a combination of these.
It is sung at auspicious occasions as a symbol of integrity, purity, longevity, and the prosperity of descendants, and is also featured in the designs of gifts.
It can be used as a lucky charm for weddings, births, and various other celebrations, regardless of the season.
This is probably the reason why it has been loved widely and for a long time.

 

Shipping information:
The shipping cost depends on the weight of the items. It will automatically calculate when you add it to the shopping cart. (Chat with us for more details)

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