Blog Posts - Kokeshi



Imágenes De Muñecas Japonesas Bonitas Para Compartir

Las muñecas son unos artículos infantiles que se prestan para muchas cosas lo que se demuestra en esta entrada en donde publicamos algunas imágenes de muñecas japonesas que muestran estas figuras infantiles como lo son las muñecas desde una pers...
by Imagenes de muñecas on Jul 18, 2016

Pop Icons - Into Nice Kokeshi Dolls

Becky Kemp, an English illustrator and sculptor, found a new passion through Japanese traditional dolls known as Kokeshi. This real phenomenon in the Land of the Rising Sun appeared 150 years ago and usually represents icons or famous people. (Via I...
by OmoshiroiTV on Jun 26, 2016

The Lost Kokeshi Mystery

Twice I have traveled to the Tohoku region of Japan and it is definitely a favorite of mine. While in the north, I began to gather kokeshi and formed a small collection of the folk art.On a recent trip to Shimane Prefecture and beyond I was accompan...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 15, 2016

Naruko Onsen Miyagi Prefecture

鳴子町I looked forward to visiting the town of Naruko in Miyagi Prefecture. I had continued my kokeshi education and learned about their connection with onsens. Unlike many onsen resorts, Naruko can be easily accessed by rail.When my daughter and...
by Japan Visitor on Dec 1, 2015

A Shop For Kokeshi in Sendai

こけしShimanuki Honten is a shop featuring kokeshi and local crafts. Located on Chuo-Dori Avenue in Sendai, Shimanuki Honten is an easy and entertaining walk from Sendai Station.I want to recommend this store because if you are unable to get to t...
by Japan Visitor on Nov 16, 2015

To no Hetsuri Part II

塔のへつりBefore reaching the "dangerous cliffs" of To no Hetsuri we passed through a rustic, charming area filled with a restaurant and small shops featuring local foods and crafts.I was very pleased to see a kokeshi maker displaying his work.
by Japan Visitor on Nov 12, 2015

To no Netsuri Part II

塔のへつりBefore reaching the "dangerous cliffs" of To no Hetsuri we passed through a rustic, charming area filled with a restaurant and small shops featuring local foods and crafts.I was very pleased to see a kokeshi maker displaying his work.
by Japan Visitor on Nov 12, 2015

More Kokeshi

こけしIn May of this year I visited Miyagi Prefecture and wrote a post here about the humble beginnings of my kokeshi collection. At the time of course I pretty much knew zilch about kokeshi - I simply liked the look of the craft. Since then, ho...
by Japan Visitor on Aug 10, 2015

Kokeshi

When I set my sights on visiting Sendai, one of the reasons was Kokeshi. You may already know that Kokeshi are wooden dolls, but their original purpose remains unknown. It is believed they first appeared during the later Edo Period, from 1603 - 186...
by Japan Visitor on Jun 16, 2015

Delicadeza...

"Delicadeza é a palavra mais bonita que conheço. Delicadeza no gesto, no olhar, no toque, no sentir, no agir. Delicadeza dançando solta na boca. E na vida."Clarissa Corrêa...
by My Felt on May 23, 2015

Bom fim de semana!

"Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere."Albert Einstein...
by My Felt on May 22, 2015

Kokeshi Bento Box

Kokeshi Bento Box and turn your lacklustre lunches into wondrous three-tiered banquets. Based on the ancient Japanese tradition of keeping everything really neat and tidy; these dumpy little characters feature a trio of stackable compartments wh...
by OmoshiroiTV on Feb 5, 2015

Uma kokeshi para a Louise!

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by My Felt on Nov 17, 2014

Decoração para o quarto da Ora!

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by My Felt on Jun 30, 2014

Guirlanda em feltro e tecido!

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by My Felt on Jun 18, 2014

Kokeshis para a ORA!

A maior tem 40 cm de altura e olhos azuis como a bebé.A mais pequena tem 10 cm de altura e vai segurar a chupeta da ORA. ...
by My Felt on May 26, 2014

Para a Ora!

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by My Felt on May 21, 2014

Kokeshis em feltro e tecido!

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by My Felt on May 20, 2014

Para a Hanaé, uma kokeshi fofinha!

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by My Felt on Feb 27, 2014

Uma kokeshi para a Júlia!

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by My Felt on Dec 11, 2013


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