MUSUBI KILN Wedding Card

JPY ¥500

Offer your best wishes with MUSUBI KILN's elegant wedding card. Perfect for sending your congratulations to the happy couple, this exquisitely designed card includes a blank space on the back for your heartfelt, personalized message.

The combination of red and gold, accented with touches of gentle green, is reminiscent of the beauty of traditional Yuzen dyeing. Red, a hue with deep cultural significance in Japan, is considered auspicious and believed to repel evil and attract good fortune, making it a fitting color choice for celebrating the union of a married couple.

The card is adorned with patterns of fans and plum blossoms. Fans are symbols of prosperity and a promising future, reflecting the hopes for the newlyweds' flourishing future. Plum blossoms, scattered to add a festive flair, symbolize longevity and vitality, representing wishes for a long and vibrant life together.

The design of the cards is inspired by the "Genji Monogatari Byobu" or Tale of Genji Scrolls, a national treasure that is often described as one of the most important works in Japanese art history. It vividly portrays the scenes from "The Tale of Genji" written by Murasaki Shikibu (973 CE–1014 or 1025 CE).

We also offer "Happy Birthday" and "Happy Holidays!" greeting cards, so please select the one that best suits your occasion.

We are unable to print personalized messages to the cards at this time. 
We apologize for the inconvenience.


  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 12 cm (4.7 in) x 12 cm (4.7 in)
  • Material: Paper
  • Origin: Made in Japan