Celebratory envelope with foil stamping sea bream
A celebratory envelope with a golden foil pushing and mizuhiki. The patterns are carefully foil-stamped one by one by the craftsmen.
This envelope has two "good luck" patterns: one is sea bream and the other is blue ocean wave. In Japan, Tai (sea bream) is believed to be a fish that brings good luck, and blue ocean wave pattern has the meaning of "peace and happiness in the future", making it perfect for celebrating a new beginning.
- Contents ... 1 sheet, 1 envelope, 3 strips (Kotobuki, Goshu, plain)
- Size ... 105 × 180mm
- Seller ... Furukawasikou Co., Ltd. 2296 Tokiwa-cho, Mino-shi, Gifu
Please note that there are some individual differences and version shots due to handmade.