Madame Mo revisits the mythical Japanese windsock in the shape of a carp, the Koinobori which symbolize courage and prosperity and are considered true good luck charms in Japan. The Koinobori are often given to children to hoist in the air during the Children's Day (Kodomo No Hi) on May 5.
The Geisha koinobori is one of these deliciously poetic, delicate, Japanese-inspired decorative pieces. A little anecdote: decided to chase away the western clichés, the koinobori Geisha honors these women of company who, historically, cultivated with an exceptional refinement the traditional Japanese arts such as classical music and dance.
These colorful & charming windsocks are sure to bring a unique decorative touch to home, terrace, or garden.
- 31" x 10"
- Designed in France
- Made in India
- Fair Trade
- Made of organic cotton