Rabbit, Kobaien's new year's commemorate inkstick 招福墨・兎 -

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Rabbit, Kobaien's new year's commemorate inkstick 招福墨・兎 -

Rabbit, Kobaien's new year's commemorate inkstick 招福墨・兎 -

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¥13,200JPY

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Kobaien's commemorate inkstick of Chinese zodiac.

In East Asia, there is a legend of a rabbit making rice cakes on the moon. This painting depicts this scene.

Rabbit:

  • Birth years: 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023
  • Personality traits: Kind, sensitive, artistic, romantic, judgmental, timid, refined

The Chinese zodiac is a traditional classification scheme based on the Chinese calendar that assigns an animal and its reputed attributes to each year in a repeating twelve-year cycle. 

In Chinese astrology the animal signs assigned by year represent how others perceive one or how one presents oneself. 

In East Asian countries, objects with those designs are often given as gifts as good luck charms.

WIkipedia ( Chinese zodiac ) 

招 ( Shou : call ) 

福 ( Fuku : good luck ) 

墨 ( Boku: inkstick ) 

SIZE: 4.5 (W:42mm L:102mm T:12mm WGT:91grams)

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