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Kakubina Paper Box Set


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Only under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Tanaka, Kaku Hina can be these sets be reproduced. Made by a local woodworking, dyeing and weaving workshop, they called Kakubina. It was made with the hope that happy things will continue for a long time. 

There is a toy workshop called Bigoya in Kurayoshi City, Tottori Prefecture, which has been in operation for over 200 years. Founded in the late Edo period, toys have been made since 1781.

Made with whitewash, mud paint, glue, Park wood Dimensions 

Man and Lady: w.4.5 cm x d.4.5cm x h.6cm

Base: w18cm x d.9cm x h.1cm

Please note that the colouring will bleed if you touch it with wet hands or wipe it with water. * Due to the nature of the product, avoid direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity.



Tottori is the capital city of Tottori Prefecture in the Chūgoku region of Japan.

If you walk about 100m north of Kannonin Garden (a nationally designated scenic spot), you will find their craft shop just halfway between the shrine and the Nikko Toshogu Shrine (built in 1650 by soliciting the spirit of Nikko Toshogu).

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