Tsukiyo no Kingyo
The Tsukiyo no Kingyo offers a contemporary reinterpretation of a classic Japanese symbol of prosperity and good fortune. Drawing inspiration from hinamatsuri hanging ornaments and the traditional practice of admiring goldfish (kingyo) from above to appreciate their beauty, these soft sculptures offer a unique blend of tradition and artistry.
Each piece is a testament to craftsmanship, meticulously handcrafted from upcycled kimono and obi cloths, highlighting its eco-conscious and multifunctional nature. The mini version serves as a versatile adornment accessory, key charm, or pin cushion, while the larger cushion provides a cozy and positive atmosphere in your favourite snuggle spot.
Beyond its symbolism of tradition and prosperity, the collection champions sustainability through the use of recycled materials and all-natural components, including 100% Kapok plant fiber filling, enhancing its overall charm & eco-friendliness.
For those seeking a truly unique touch, customisation options are available. You can select specific kimono and obi fabrics from the Cloth Gallery to align with your personal style and preferences, allowing you to infuse your individual taste and style into each piece. Personalise your Tsukiyo no Kingyo to create a distinctive and meaningful addition to your space or a thoughtful, one of a kind gift for someone special.