Tradition Japanese figurines and dolls make great gifts, as many are thought to be good luck charms that can ward off evil and danger. Especially if someone you know is starting a new business, opening a new shop, or building a new house, think about getting them one of the following items to wish them good fortune.
We have a large collection of items that fit with a modern interior, including maneki neko (beckoning cats), daruma dolls, and oni (demon figurines).
The item will be wrapped with a fancy and highly water-repellent traditional furoshiki cloth. After opening the gift, the high quality furoshiki can be used on a daily basis, so it's like giving two gifts at once!
Red Flower Box
This wrapping includes a mini bouquet of dried flowers and a gift box, and will make any present look extra special. The dried flowers can be removed and used as decoration for 2 to 3 years, making for a memorable gift.
Navy Blue Yuzen Washi
This is a high-end Yuzen washi wrapping features a vivid color and gentle texture. It's a perfect, classy accent for a gift whether the recipient is a close friend or a superior, so why not use it on a birthday gift?
Manners and Useful Tidbits Related to Dolls
What’s a Daruma Doll and How Did It Become a Symbol of Good Luck in Japan?
Japanese Crafts: The Complete Guide to Maneki Neko (Japanese Lucky Cats)
Sanshu Onigawara Guide: Japanese Ceramics (Pottery)