<The only beauty in the world that brings you happiness> The material of this work is a kimono fabric with a congratulatory pattern selected from the thousands of pieces that sleep in a chest of drawers. Each one is carefully hand-finished with a feeling of wishing for the happiness of the person holding it. <Japanese gifts> Making use of the kimono cloth that sleeps in a chest, we follow the legend of the old woman, Watari Town, Miyagi Prefecture, that "the cloth that wraps the three red beans should not be thrown away.", and make things that embody the beauty and loveliness of a small cloth. I will. It is also appreciated as a gift to accompany a little thank you or greeting. <Adorable accent of hairstyle> Of course, it is a hair ornament that fits nicely in any clothes, including kimono and yukata. It directs the personality of the wearer. <Signs of happiness, Kichijou pattern> An auspicious pattern that is often used as a "sign of happiness" and knowing the meaning of the Japanese pattern will also lead you to experience the depth of Japanese culture that has been passed down from ancient times. <Hemp leaf> “Pray for safe delivery” “Prosperity of descendants” Hemp leaves grow very quickly, and their strong, fast-growing nature gives them a wish for healthy growth. <Happiness to look at and fun to collect> Kisshobun's kimono fabric that delights the eyes is an item that brings a happy image just by looking at it. You can enjoy creating your own gallery by collecting your favorite works. *The photograph is an image. Each item is sold as a single item. [Material] Outer Material: Kimono/Lining: Felt [Size] Horizontal 2 cm, Vertical 7 cm <Points to note when purchasing> *Every piece is manufactured by hand, so please understand that each piece has a slightly different size, shape, and pattern. * We will make multiple works from the same kimono cloth only if we get the kimono cloth in good condition. Depending on the cutting position of the fabric, the pattern may appear slightly different from the photo, so please understand. *Please note that the color and texture may look different on the screen than in the photo. If you are interested, please contact us or refrain from doing business. *Please note that the material used for kimonos is often second-hand and there are no indications, so the material cannot be specified in many cases. In addition, we thoroughly inspect the product, remake it after processing such as washing. Please be careful when handling as some fabrics may lose color or shrink when wet. *These items are also sold on other sites, so please forgive them when they are sold out.