Kakinuma Ningyo Hello Kitty Edo Kimekomi Doll Lucky Cat -Blue
Hello Kitty, in a kimono, became a lucky cat! The pastel-colored kimono with blue and ribbons give Kitty a refreshing atmosphere. The floral patterns on the kimono are slightly different from each other depending on how they appear. Please enjoy it as the individuality of each doll.
Edo Kimekomi dolls are Japanese traditional dolls made to look as if they are dressed in costumes by embedding the ends of the fabric in grooves carved into the body.
They were originally created in Kyoto in the late 1740s, and with the subsequent development of Edo, doll makers moved from Kyoto and spread their techniques. Today, they are still made by hand in the traditional way, and are designated as a traditional craft by the national government.
Kakinuma Ningyo is the manufacturer handling Edo Kimekomi Dolls founded in 1950. While pursuing a variety of original techniques, the studio has been eager to create innovative dolls that match the sense of beauty of the times.
The new Kimekomi Doll, which incorporates popular figures such as Lucky cat and Hello Kitty, is a traditional yet brand-new form, and is attracting renewed attention as a home decor item.
- Dimension: 7cm(2.8in)x 5cm(2in)x H12.5cm(5in)
- Material: Urethane resin, fabric - Edo Kimekomi Doll
- Origin: Made in Japan
- Brand: Kakinuma Ningyo
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ABOUT KAKINUMA DOLL
Kakinuma Doll was established in 1950 as a workshop specializing in Edo Kimekomi dolls. While pursuing a variety of original techniques, the studio has been eager to create innovative dolls that match the sense of beauty of the times. The appeal of Edo Kimekomi Dolls created by Kakinuma Ningyo is its carefully selected materials, creative use of shapes and colors, and its constant exploration of new doll styles that are not overly traditional.View more Kakinuma Dolls
About eDO KIMEKOMI DOLLS
Edo Kimekomi Dolls are small wooden dolls made of paulownia wood and dressed in traditional Japanese silk textiles. Originating in Kyoto, Kimekomi Dolls were introduced to Edo (present-day Tokyo) and developed in their own unique style. These extremely finely crafted figures are beloved as souvenirs rooted in Japanese traditions.The traditional costumes of Kimekomi Dolls are reproductions of imperial court dress from the 8th to 12th centuries Japan and have attracted doll collectors from around the world.
so cute <3
So happy with this item (& one of my friends loved it so much she got one too, in a different color).
We are so grateful for your kind words. Learning about the pleasant experiences you and your friend had with our items is really confidence-boosting!
These are so cute & I want to collect all of them! Beautifully crafted. This is a wonderful company with quick responses. Absolutely would recommend
We are so grateful for your kind words. Learning about the pleasant experience you had with our items was really confidence-boosting.