Amagasa (Umbrella) Wagasa for a rainy day.
It is a small umbrella with the nandina painted on it.
Nandina, there is a so-called call for good fortune, which is planted in the garden as a lucky charm and used for New Year's decorations.
It's pink, white, and two kinds of Japanese paper.
The inside of the umbrella is staggered with bright threads for both reinforcement and design which is called “Kagari”, and you can enjoy its beauty when you use it.
・Length of parasol when opened: 86 cm
・Overall length (including handle): 76 cm
・One metal Hajiki (a wooden or metal clasp attached to the middle of the handle)
・Handle is made of wood