Towel - Red Carp - Japanese hand towel wash cloth
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Carp / Koi
According to the old tradition, there was a waterfall called "Dragon Gate" in the Yellow River of China.
A Koi (carp) that managed to climb up this waterfall became a dragon. Koi and waterfalls are considered to be a symbol of good luck and success in life.
It represents the opening of frontiers to overcome and the strength of breaking through a barrier to become successful.
In Japan, Koi-Nobori (Carp streamer) was originally a Japanese custom that started among samurai families in the Edo period. Since then, Japanese family hang up the carp streamer on children's day (Boy's festival). Japanese family display carp streamer hoping that their kids will grow up strong and healthy. *Girl's festival = Hina-matsuri
- Ehime, Japan
- L90 * W34 cm (L35.43 * W13.39 in)