Pay tribute to the gods of the country of the rising sun with this Japanese white fox mask
Karakusa paintings on this traditional Japanese mask symbolize eternity. These patterns have a floral theme. They represent the stems of leaves and vines of nature that intertwine indefinitely.
The karakusa can also refer to prosperity in a Japanese family. They are the equivalent to a family tree in Western countries.
Here is a quick tutorial on this traditional fox mask...
💯 This kitsune mask is the one Japanese accessory essential to go to the Oji fox parade. In the custom of this festival, one disguises oneself as a fox. It takes place on New Year's Eve and can last several days.
💯 This parade pays homage to the gods, and in particular to the Shinto goddess Inari. We recommend you to wear this with a haori (traditional kimono jacket) at the beginning of the holidays and for an authentic Japanese style.
Between two and four days
🇺🇸: Ten to twenty business days
🌐: Fourteen to twenty five business days
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