The unique shape of the fan creates a gentle, supple breeze, connecting craft and everyday life!
The shape of the silk fan, originally developed in France, has been incorporated into the Kyoto fan.
The moment you open the fan, a subtle Japanese fragrance spreads from it.
This fan is made by Miyawaki Urihan, a long-established fan maker in Kyoto.
Since the shape of the fan is a spreading one, it has the meaning of "wishing for the prosperity of the person who uses it" and has been popular as a gift since ancient times.
The shine of the foil gives the fan a sense of luxury, making it a must-have for yourself or as a gift.
|Country of origin||Kyoto, Japan|
|Technique||Kyoto Folding Fans|
|Material||Japanese paper, silver leaf, hot foil, glue, Yakisusu-take|
|Size||Length 9.06 in. (23cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Please be careful not to get them wet. When you are not using it, you can store it in a box or bag with a seme (ring-shaped paper) to keep it in a more beautiful shape.|
|Note||The color of the gold leaf will change depending on how the light hits it.|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 2-3 weeks)|
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