Go for a pretty Japanese decoration with this Japanese paper lantern
Widely used during the Edo period, this folding lantern (chin) was mainly used as a light. It remained popular in the Land of the Rising Sun. They can be found in front of shops and restaurants.
The Japanese lamp exists in a round or cylindrical version. In the past, it consisted of a bamboo frame on which washi paper was stretched. Today, wire, just as effective, has replaced bamboo.
This elongated Japanese lantern can be hung from the ceiling, from a tree branch or held by hand to stroll during a summer event for example. It represents a geisha adorned with flowers and carrying an umbrella.
If you're running out of inspiration, here are some ideas for using the candle lamp as a decoration:
💯 The Japanese lantern is ideal for creating a Zen atmosphere. The candle placed in the middle will emit a soft and subdued light.
💯 Very light, the paper lamp can be hung using a hook on the metal structure.
💯 If you like the geisha model and pink tones, opt for the pink geisha lamp and create an atmosphere worthy of the Land of the Rising Sun.
💯 Find many versions of this light fixture in our Japanese lantern collection. They symbolize Japanese culture for a unique decoration.
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