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Washi Paper Lantern - Hishi

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Crafted from traditional washi paper in Japan, these Michiyuki-Tou lanterns were designed by Rina Ono. With low energy LED lights that are powered by two AA batteries (included), the lantern are perfect as a night light, evening stroll or to create ambience on your outdoor patio.



Designed by Rina Ono

Battery Operated (included)

Comes flat in box

10.9cm (w) x 10.9 cm (l) x 24.9 cxm (h)



Made from traditional washi paper these “Michiyuki-Tou” lanterns are designed by Rina Ono. They shine a beautiful filtered light with their low energy, AA battery powered LED. They can function as night lamps, patio lights or to bring along during midnight strolls. 

Rina Ono launched her design studio named Rinao Design, in 2007. After working for a period at an architecture firm, Rina transitioned to product design in pursuance of a greater connection to the daily lives of her end users. Her organic approach to design opens many avenues of inspiration, learning as much from her collaborators and users as she does from her chosen materials.


Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Gifu (岐阜市, Gifu-shi) is a city located in the south-central portion of Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and serves as the prefectural capital. The city has played an important role in Japan's history because of its location in the middle of the country.

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