Very special out-of-series box!


See its detailed composition in description!


There is one more expensive object, that's why this box will have 3 objects and the presentation is more sober.


Pre-order 75 days of waiting.



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€ 5 delivery and free from € 50 in mainland France. Union European between 7 and 9 euros.


We ship worlwide outside European Union from 8,50 to 15.50 euros


5 star service, you are my kami. Free returns.


Beautiful packages and lots of attention. Gift option possible in addition to 2 euros.

  During a pre-order, you can accumulate other desires or orders in a package while waiting

Choose "pick up on site" for subsequent orders to avoid paying shipping costs.

- a handmade akabeko, made of washi paper, which has the original shape of a wild boar instead of the traditional red cow. It has a small carpet and a sign signed by the craftsman as well as a note from it. Its head is perfectly mobile ensuring a nice swing and it has a small knot with a bell placed above its neck. It has small golden touches on its tusks and on its decor. Its decor represents the 4 seasons.

- a very original, very soft face towel, with an adorable boar decoration. 34 * 90cm, 100% cotton, Jikan Style brand https://www.jikan-style.net/

- a beautiful katori buta, worth 39 euros in Japan, in glazed ceramic with a pretty rustic plant decoration that smells like summer. It is a traditional model in Japan but rare outside Japan. It can be used to burn incense or mosquito repellent (our little twists with geranium or lemon grass). He's handsome and it's a great deal. It is a banko yaki, that is to say a Japanese pottery originating from Yokkaichi-banko. They are often of the utility type. If you want to know more about this curious object, visit: - Joranne Bagoule's blog https://www.joranne.com/2014/07/katori-buta-le-petit-cochon-anti.html

                                                                                       -the Nautiljon blog https://www.nautiljon.com/culture/quotidien+-+vie+sociale-12/katori+buta,+le+petit+cochon+japonais+anti-moustiques-151.html

and here is his ancestor dating from the Edo period archaeological piece

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