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Send happiness to your special someone with our auspicious postcards! You can also frame them to make a perfect decoration for your home.
Description of the Motifs
Fine assortments of Japanese auspicious motifs such as Daruma doll, beckoning cat, crane, sea bream, Mt. Fuji, and owl. A set of 7 postcards.
- Sea Bream (Tai)
Since “tai (sea bream)” suggests the word “medetai (auspicious)”, it is an indispensable food for weddings and other happy occasions. Tai’s deep pink colour and delicious taste make it a high-class fish.
- Beckoning Cat (Maneki-Neko)
Maneki-Neko is a figure of a cat with one paw raised in a beckoning motion. It is a lucky charm to invite economic fortune.
- Daruma Doll (Daruma)
You paint the left eye while committing to your goal, then paint the right eye once your goal is achieved.
- Three Daruma Dolls (Three Darumas)
Daruma doll has a big face and no arms or legs. Despite its cute look, Daruma is a talisman of perseverance. Because when you tilt it, it always swings back into its upright position.
- Origami Crane (Orizuru）
Crane is a symbol of longevity. In Japan, it is customary to fold origami cranes to pray for recovery from illness or world peace.
- A Loving Origami Crane Couple (Niwa No Orizuru)
Crane is a symbol of a happy marriage since crane couples live happily together for their entire lives.
- Owl (Fukurou)
Owl is a god of wisdom. It is also written as 福来郎 (happiness comes) or 不苦労 (no hardships) by using auspicious Chinese characters.
- Size: 100×148 mm / 3.9×5.8 in