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8.5g (with paper box 12.6g)

15.2cm(6.inch) long



The shape of a heart is called Inome-mon in Japanese and the motif is used as a decoration in many Japanese temples and shrines.

The shape is called Inome, or boar's eye, because of its resemblance to the eye of a boa. The Inome-mon pattern is believed to be a messenger from the Gods to protect us from bad luck, evil and also, fire. 

SENSU, Heart-shaped "Inome-mon" boar's eye pattern, auspicious motif

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