Wood Carving Nuts Floral Pattern Pumpkin Transcendence Skill Netsuke. Netsuke is a fastener used in the Edo period of Japan. It was used to carry cigarette cases, inro, purses, and small bags hung from the obi with a string.
In Japan, the center of clothing gradually shifted from kimono to western clothes after the Meiji period, and opportunities to use them decreased. As a result, in modern Japan, most of the excellent netsuke and inro from the Edo period to the Meiji period have flowed out of the country, and only a few excellent items remain in Japan. We are located in Japan. It's our pleasure to make you happy by proposing our recommend item.
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