Teru Teru Bozu (Limited cone handle)

RM39.00 MYR

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This is a limited design that comes with a cone handle.

teru teru bōzu (Japaneseてるてる坊主, literally "shine shine monk") is a small traditional handmade doll made of white paper or cloth that Japanese farmers began hanging outside of their window by a string. This talisman is supposed to have magical powers to bring good weather and to stop or prevent a rainy day.

Teru teru bōzu became popular during the Edo period among urban dwellers, whose children would make them a day before for good weather so they could play outdoor.


The stamps are made of industrial high grade red rubber with the finest details. It is mounted by hand on re-purposed aged wood or on raw wood bark, hand-picked from various sources from old furnitures to jungle excursions! As all stamps are assembled, cut, sanded by hand, size and shape may vary slightly. Wood material will differ depending on what the forest elves bring!

Size of stamp is approximately 1cm x 1cm, the length of come is approximately 3cm-3.5cm and may vary slightly.

Stamps might be slightly stained because of quality tests during the process, but it will not affect your stamping color. 

Do allow up to 1 to 2 weeks for crafting before sending out.

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