It is carefully made by craftsmen in Mizunami City, Gifu Prefecture, which is a production center of Japanese ceramics. "Morishio" has been placed in the house on both sides of the entrance, in the bathroom, in the bedroom, etc. It is a custom that is transmitted. We are particular about the composition of the raw materials and use transparent white porcelain, and the base material of Morishio is polished one by one by skilled hands and finished smoothly. In addition, the plate is shaped like an auspicious animal, and the shadows give it a three-dimensional look. ■ The implications of each animal ● Crane: It is said that "Crane is a thousand years" and that the couple are good friends and will accompany them for the rest of their lives, which is a symbol of longevity and good friendship. ● Turtle: “Turtle is a million years” and the hexagonal pattern on the shell make it a symbol of longevity and good luck. ● Owl: Actually written as "owl" in Chinese characters, but it is also called Fukugo (fortune) or hardship (no hardship), and because the neck turns, you can see the surroundings better. It is a symbol of business prosperity. ● Rabbit: It is a symbol of good luck by jumping forward and playing the image of "moon" and "tsuki". ● Koi: It is said that the carp that climbed the waterfall turned into a dragon, and like the carp streamer, it is a symbol of success and success. ● Cat: A cat that has been loved by people for a long time and is said to have special powers. It is a symbol that invites good fortune as represented by "Maneki Neko". 【production】 Mizunami City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan 【size】 Plate: W90 x D83 x H20 mm x 2 Morishio device: φ47 × 50mm Paper box: W185 x D97 x 87 mm 【material】 Plate: white porcelain Morishio: White porcelain [How to use] 1. Fill the Morishio (conical) with salt with a spoon. 2. Gently push it with your finger or the back of the spoon to fill it up. 3. Turn the plate over and place it on the plate. 4. Slowly pull up the mortar. * Please use "crude salt" for salt. Ideally, you should replace Morishio with a new one at least twice a month (1st and 15th). Also, do not reuse the used salt, but immediately flush it around the water in the kitchen or washroom.
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- A lucky charm that casually incorporates Japanese customs as a refreshing and spiritual item, just like burning aromas and incense.