Wari Kogai and Bashin

Ordering number : F17623

Wari Kogai and Bashin

Wari-Kogai :
Length : 19.8 cm x 1.21cm (7.79 inches x 0.47 inches)

Bashin/Kankyuto :
Length : 21.3 cm x 1.24 cm ( 8.38 inches x 0.48 inches)

Jidai(era) : Edo period.

Special feature: The set of Wari-Kogai and Bashin.
Kogai, the plain iron Kogai. It is very rare.
Bashin, Inome design(eye of wild boar) is engraved with open work.
From ancient time, Japanese people hate earthquake, Kaminari (Thunder lightning、thunderbolt)fire and elderly men. Traveling person worry about the thunderbolt.
So they were bringing a lucky charm not hit from the thunderbolt.
This Bashin is typical fortune tag.
Bashin means It is told with a needle to do the blood omission of a part congested in the situation
that a horse is tired of walking with the horse needle, and cannot walk more than this.

AOI estimation paper
In Kiri box.

Price : 40,000 JPY-. (including the shipping fee)

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