|Item Name||Haniwa Attired Woman 002|
9 U.S.dollars 7 euros
|Packing weight||about 360g|
|Size||About Length 12cm|
There are some scratches and dirty because of antique. Please check some problems until you enough to convince in photos.
This is a replica of the Haniwa(ancient clay image).
Haniwa were made between the Kofun period from the Jomon period, and excavated these from all over Japan.
This product is handmade and it seems a replica of the early Showa era.
That's what we fortunately got at the antique market.
There is a little dirt and is filled with ambience and charm of old history.
It is a simple style and the color of brown is a warm color.
That’s why you can use it as the interior of your apartment.
On the other hand, natural color is popular that it is match with flowers and plants at a garden and more often you use this, more and more charm it has.
Haniwa are earthenware it gives a pleasure that the color change with weather for long life.
This haniwa has deformed the The ladies are finely dressed - in full regalia.
This is a female haniwa (clay figure) dressing up.
It seems that the dress had been put on at a ceremony.
Her hair was tied and it looks like a hat.
She wears a necklace called Kubitama and also wears earrings called Mimiwa.
The original wears a jacket with tight sleeves, a mo that are s skirt-like garment and stripes are applied via line engraving.
She also wears her hair in the shimada style, which is represented as a large hollow chignon in the shape of a weight.
As stated above, it seems that it was female’s dress-up style at the time.
There are haniwa shaped a shrine maiden “Miko” in addition to the dress-up women.