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By Nagomi Ichiban
Temari is traditionally given as a gift.  From humble beginnings as simple toy balls for Children play with.  After time passed by,
temari became an art and craft of the Japanese upper class and aristocracy, and noble woman competed in creating increasingly
beautiful and intricate objects.
We introduce “Ai Temari” - Traditional Japanese design
With a beautiful Aizome threads.
Matsue Ai Temari(Aizome Temari)
        From Matuse, Shimane    
         
      松江藍手まり
Matsue Ai (Aizome) Temari
                     8cm Dia - 2,500 yen each
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Large Matsue Ai (Aizome) Temari
                     12cm Dia - 7,560 yen each
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Matuse Washi temari-Japanese washi paper ball
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