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Handling MethodHow to Use the Wagasa
When you walk carrying the closed umbrella, please grasp the head of the Wagasa, or for Janome please grasp the cord on the head, and for Bangasa please hold the leather strings bound around the head.
How to Open the Wagasa
The Wagasa may be difficult to open due to the waterproof grease on the Washi. Please lightly grasp the bottom of the runner at the bottom inside the umbrella, and slowly and carefully push to the top to open the Wagasa.
ShippingShipping outside Japan differs according to region and weight.
Place the item in your cart, choose the region and the details will become available.
In the case of one Wagasa (2kg including packaging):
¥3,100~ Asia (Korea, Singapore, Thailand, etc.)
Oceania (Australia, New Zealand, etc.)
¥3,500~ North America (USA, Canada, etc.)
Europe (UK, Italy, etc.)
¥5,700~ Europe (Russia, Iceland, etc.)
South America (Argentina, Peru, Brazil, etc.)
Middle East (United Arab Emirates, etc.)
English site payment is by US dollars.
After an order is received, products are shipped in about one week, and are delivered to the customer approximately one week following that.
Japanese Patterned Original Wagasa Bag
One original Wagasa Bag will be given as a present with each Wagasa purchased.
Please note that it is not possible to choose the pattern. (Pictured patterns are examples)
Overseas Customs & Import DutiesYou are responsible for confirming that the product can be lawfully imported to the destination country.
When ordering from Tsujikura Online Shop, the recipient becomes the importer and must comply with all laws and regulations of the destination country.
Orders that are shipped to countries outside of Japan may be subject to import taxes, customs duties and fees levied by the destination country.
The recipient of an international shipment may be subject to such import taxes, customs duties and fees, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country.
Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by the recipient; Tsujikura has no control over or relation to these charges and cannot predict what they may be.
Customs policies vary widely from country to country; please make sure you contact your local customs office for further information. When customs clearance procedures are required, delays can be caused beyond our original delivery estimates.
"Shochikubai" Shochiku-bai is a combination of pine, bamboo, and plum as a symbol of auspiciousness and good fortune, and has been used in Japanese celebrations and as a design for gifts. This miniature Japanese umbrella with its auspicious Japanese design is also suitable for Japanese interior decoration. It is a must-have for authentic, commemorative gifts. It comes with a bamboo umbrella stand, umbrella bag and a box.
Janome (Slender umbrella)
Janome" is a traditional and prestigious Japanese umbrella with an impressive white ring. Usuzakura is a gentle peach-colored Janome umbrella.
Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)
This is a sturdy, old-fashioned Bangasa made of bamboo and Japanese paper. The Japanese paper is coated with vegetable oil specially designed for Japanese umbrellas to make it waterproof, so it can be used on rainy days.
Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)
This is a traditional sturdy Bangasa made of bamboo and Japanese paper. It can be used on rainy days because the Japanese paper is waterproofed by coating it with vegetable oil specially made for Wagasa.