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"Haibara Chiyogami Needle Threader" is a collaboration product with Haibara, which
is a traditional Japanese paper company in business for more than 200 years in
Chiyogami is a traditional Japanese paper with patterns printed on it. Since the establishment, Haibara has commissioned illustrators and artists of the time to create original designs for their Chiyogami. The prints are available even today. Haibara Chiyogami has been loved by many people throughout the ages. Three types of patterns were carefully selected among the many patterns of Haibara, and reprinted in Cohana's original colors.
The handle of the needle threader is made with these special Chiyogami. The smooth texture of the high-quality Chiyogami and the stable handle make it easy to thread small needle holes. The hexagonal shape is considered auspicious, symbolizing harmony and stability, and has long been used for celebrations and special gifts.
Recommended as a gift together with "Assorted Needles in Haibara Chiyogami Pack", which uses the same Chiyogami as the wrapping paper.
▼A set contains 3 pieces, one of each pattern.
●KUMIKI: Wooden Puzzled
Fun geometric pattern with a motif of Japanese traditional craft wooden puzzles.
This pattern represents the abundance of fruitfulness, and is auspicious for good luck and good fortune to ward off misfortune.
●ONAGADORI & BOTAN：Long-tailed Roosters & Peonies Puzzled
This gorgeous pattern depicts long-tailed roosters and peonies, which are symbols of wealth, nobility, and prosperity.
Chiyogami｜HAIBARA Co., Ltd./ Tokyo, Nihonbashi
Haibara is a traditional Japanese paper Washi company in business for more than 200 years in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. Since its establishment in the late Edo period, the company has commissioned illustrators and artists of the time to create original designs for their Chiyogami. The prints are available even today. Haibara Chiyogami has been loved by many people throughout the ages. During the Meiji period (1868-1912), when Japan was civilized and opened to the world, its exquisite beauty was highly appreciated in foreign countries, and it played a role in driving Japonism in Western Europe.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions of the product may slightly vary.
Washi (Japanese paper), Stainless steel, Aluminum