Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)

HAPPYDARUMA #90149
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)
Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)

Daruma Doll - Blue (Calm)

HAPPYDARUMA #90149
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Do you have a wish? 

A daruma is a traditional Japanese wishing doll, often used as a lucky charm because it's believed to make any wish come true. It's a cultural artifact that's been around for hundreds of years, but is still popular and loved to this day in Japan. 

This miniature version stands at 2 inches tall and is easy to carry around in your bag or purse, or to display on your desk.  

How to use:

  1. Fill in the left eye by drawing in a round eyeball in the center of the white circle with a marker while making a wish or setting a goal (you can also use choose to use the enclosed eyeball sticker instead. *Pictured tweezers are not included*). 
  2. Then, fill in the right eye after your wish comes true, or your goal has been achieved. A daruma with both eyes filled in is a proof of achievement and gratitude, and can also be used as a talisman in the house. 

 

The color of each daruma can have symbolic meanings and can represent the category of your wish: 

  • Red: Gives strength, energy, improves physical health.
  • Gold: Brings success and luck with finances. 
  • Yellow: Enhances focus, brings in positivity.
  • Green: Relieves stress, improves mental & physical health.
  • Pink: Helps with mental healing, positivity in romance and love. 
  • Purple: Helps call forth creativity or inspiration. 
  • Blue: Promotes calmness, helps build trust and reliability.
  • White: Hope, helps with problem solving.


They make great gifts for new businesses, graduations, get-well, etc!

As these are hand-painted, each face and expression may differ. Feel free to draw a different expression on your daruma. You can also write messages on them, or words of encouragement with a marker. The point is to have fun with them!  

The daruma is designed as a okiagari-koboshi, which means even if you knock it down, it will get right back up. This symbolizes resilience and strength - the Buddhist principle of Nanakorobi Yaoki, which means falling down seven times, but getting up eight. 

Also included is an omikuji, a printed fortune slip that is included with each daruma. Read the message inside the small red box for your fortune.

Good luck, and may your dreams and wishes come true!

 

About ​Happy Daruma Kobo / Crista Incorporated: 

Their first store, Happy Daruma Kobo, is located right next to Nishiarai Daishi Sojiji Temple in Adachi-ku, Tokyo. The store, which includes a studio, a store and a workshop, is lined with colorful, freshly painted daruma dolls. Each daruma doll is carefully hand-crafted one by one. These daruma dolls first started with the concept of a good luck charm that works like a "baton of happiness", bringing happiness and fortune to people.  

- Handmade in Tokyo, Japan
- Eyeball stickers enclosed
- Fortune slip enclosed 
- Water-resistant water-based paint
- Antibacterial and antifungal

* Pictured tweezers are not included

* No two handmade pieces will be alike. The beauty of hand crafting is that each piece has its own character and charm. They will be uniquely different, each telling the story of its maker and crafting process.

Color
Morning Mist Blue 
W x H x D (inch) 1-1/2 x 2 x 1-1/2
W x H x D (mm) 38 x 51 x 38

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