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We have great holiday gifts that also bring good luck!

SHIRAKAWA DARUMA
The Daruma's purpose is to encourage its owner when achieving a goal – whether it's finding a new home, looking towards graduation, or opening a new business. Fill in left eye with a paint brush or marker when you set a goal, and fill in the right eye when you achieve that goal.

HAMAYA LUCKY ARROW
Hamayas are a symbolic lucky charm, that drive away bad luck and protect you from harm. Handmade of wood, feathers, gold and brass paper in a workshop in Tokyo, this 24-inch hamaya is an arrow that destroys obstacles and demons.

TANUKI DARUMA
Each of these Tanuki Daruma are hand-painted with an adorable set of eyes, ears, and nose on the front and tail on its backside, depicting the mischievous animal that appears in Japanese folklore.

OOIRI PRINT BY STUDIO ARHOJ
This print features the kanji 大入 (ooiri) which literally means, "large attendance/ full house," and is illustrated by Anders Arhoj of Studio Arhoj. These red and white signs are ubiquitous throughout Japan for sold out shows, business grand openings, or festive events, and is meant to display good fortune. This makes a great housewarming or baby shower gift.

MANEKI NEKO FUROSHIKI
Maneki neko beckons good fortune and brings luck to wherever they sit. Studying for finals? Bidding on a house? Opening a new business? Let these charming neko (cats) bring you the best of luck with this colorful square-shaped 100% cotton furoshiki.

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