Four Seasons Report – Hinamatsuri –

Spring is here, the weather is getting warmer and the peach blossoms are starting to swell. In the old days, peach blossoms bloomed around March 3rd in the lunar calendar, and it is said that the peach blossoms were believed to ward off evil spirits, hence the name Momo no Sekku. During the Hinamatsuri, Hina dolls are displayed with the family’s wish to prevent misfortune from befalling children. How about a Hime Wagasa while enjoying taking pictures of your child’s growth with Hina-sama? Put your name and family crest on the Japanese umbrella to create a very cute Japanese style. We have colorful princess umbrellas. As it is a small Japanese umbrella with a diameter of about 30 cm, it can be used as a souvenir at company events, Interior of shops and houses, shooting with cast dolls, etc. You can enjoy using it for various purposes.