Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing
Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing

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Patch/Frogs Performing Ritual Music and Dancing

Regular price ¥1,320 ★Free shipping★ for order over, EUR 100.00, USD 120.00
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Two frogs dancing "Dengaku" ritual music with hand fans. They are wearing lotus leaves for hats. "Choju-giga", ink painting, is said to be the oldest "manga" cartoons in Japan. It is a 4 volumes painting scroll of, personified animals such as frogs, foxes, monkeys, cats, etc.. One of the most famous scene, depict a hare and a frog sumo wrestling. The works said to be from the 12th-13th centuries, but details are unknown. There are various opinions in the interpretation of the scrolls contents.
■Product

Size / 6cmx5cm / 4cmx5cm

Material / Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon

Made in Japan

This patch Stick-on and Iron-on too.
■Attention

Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.

〈How to iron on this patch〉
※The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials, be careful of heat-sensitive materials.
※Take care of hot iron burns.

How to use patches→https://en.kyototo.jp/ja/pages/how-to-use-the-patches

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