Nandina Motif Tableware

The red berries of the nadina tree stand out against the New Year's decorations of bamboo and pine trees. Since ancient times, the nandina tree has been regarded as a tree of good luck to ward off difficulties, and was planted in the gardens of many households to ward off fire and evil spirits. It is often used as a motif for kimonos and obis (belts), not only for the New Year but also for celebrations. We hope you will enjoy our nadina motif items in your home and explore the world of traditional Japanese motifs!