Kokeshi made and hand painted by the award-winning artist Masae Fujikawa, who won the "Prime Minister" award in 1996 and 2002 and the "Minister of Agriculture, forestry and Fishery" award in 1995 and 1996.
The term Nihonbare means "sunny days". Mount Fuji, a Torii (traditional Japanese gateway that leads to a sacred area) and cherry blossoms are depicted on her splendid kimono with a delicate green gradient color.
The wood used for the creation of this kokeshi is Mizuki (Japanese dogwood). The kokeshi is 16cm tall and 8cm in diameter. It is accompanied by a small wooden plaque, with his name, the name and the stamp of the craftsman who made it. Original packaging is included, stamped and signed by the artist who created the kokeshi.
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