Inu Hariko omikuji
These Seto ceramic inu hariko are handmade by Katotouki.
They are an ideal gift during a birth because they traditionally protect children.
This motif, very well known and appreciated in Japan, has spread through many media including omikuji. (see explanation in description)
They are unseen outside of Japan and can only be purchased during a visit to a temple or shrine in the city of Seto.
You will find a very rich and entertaining explanation on inu hariko on Joranne's blog and in his book "Manekineko and other stories of Japanese objects".
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Omikuji are small ceramic statuettes containing a charm of a temple or a shrine (here printed paper inside). Their forms are as multiple as the pantheon of Japanese beliefs. While visiting the temple or shrine, you can find them easily. The Japanese love it and make collections of it and so do I.
- Inu Hariko
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