KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Radishes"

KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Radishes"

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Product Code: 6001104

Brand: D-BROS

In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to wrap congratulatory gifts.

・ If you would like to iron your furoshiki, place a press cloth over the furoshiki first and iron at medium heat (140℃ - 160℃).
・ This furoshiki is washable, and may be hand-washed or machine-washed at a low setting with weak water flow.
・ Made of 100% silk, and may shrink.

Made in Japan (Kawamata, Fukushima Prefecture / Shizuoka City, Yamagata Prefecture)

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Intersecting Radishes

These two intersecting radishes express the harmony between husband and wife. This is also the divine crest of the Buddhist god Shodensama, or Ganesh in the Hindu pantheon. Shodensama is said to be the protector of Buddhism, and if you pray to this god, it is said that married couples will receive divine protection, and will have eternal harmony within their families. The radish crest is used by families who worship Shodensama. This kamon can be overwhelmingly seen in the area surrounding Menuma Shodenzan Kangiin temple in Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture, which is one of the three main shonten temples in Japan.
Material 100% Silk (parachute cloth) / Tenassen hand-printed
Dimensions 900×900mm
Weight 200.0000

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