PEANUTS Snoopy Charlie Brown 2set Wooden Figure Usaburo Kokeshi Japan Limited Japanese Traditional Crafts. "PEANUTS Kokeshi" craftsmen of "Usaburo Kokeshi", which was founded in 1950 and has a workshop in Shintomura at the eastern foot of Mt. This time, "Snoopy" and "Charlie Brown" from the Peanuts friends have become cute palm-sized "Kokeshi dolls" that make you feel the warmth of wood. Based on the theme of "Smile", we have selected and created two people with gentle smiles from Snoopy and Charlie Brown, who have various drawn expressions in Peanuts comics. His PEANUTS kokeshi dolls are carved out of natural wood and polished.A happy PEANUTS Kokeshi that makes you smile when you look at it. It is a traditional Japanese craft recommended for interior miscellaneous goods with a warm texture unique to handmade. ·Kokeshi doll size: height 3.74in ·Material : Mizuki. Created by Usaburo Kokeshi, which was founded in 1950 and has a workshop on Mt. Currently, Usaburo Kokeshi dolls are made by six artists who inherited the techniques of the first generation.
An integrated system from drying raw wood to sawing, from turning on a potter's wheel to polishing, painting, painting, and assembly It is a valuable item that is finally completed after a process of 10 steps. A masterpiece that feels the warmth of wood, carefully crafted one by one by craftsmen.
Expressions and kimonos are all handmade by craftsmen. It is characterized by the warm texture of wood. It is said to have originated in the late Edo period when it was made as a souvenir from hot spring areas in the Tohoku region.
It started when woodworkers (kijishi) who sawed wood in the mountains and made wooden bowls and trays started making them as souvenirs for children to sell at hot spring resorts. At that time, ornaments made with red dye were favored as amulets and good luck charms, so red kokeshi dolls were good companions for children to play with and a toy that protected the happiness of children and their families. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.