Onigawara, a demon-faced tile installed at the edge of the ridge of Japanese-style buildings, is different from ordinary kawara as it is used to ward off evil spirits, protecting the family living there, as well as for decorative purposes. Aside from warding off evil, it also plays the role of a rain barrier for the ridge of the roof.
Demons usually have scary faces, but this onigawara iemori made by oni-shi craftsman, Tomoaki Ishikawa, was created with a gentle expression so that children won’t feel afraid. Innovating with a kind heart that constantly thinks of the customers, this interior was crafted with an expression just enough to ward off evil spirits but not the children.
We recommend this onigawara iemori with a gentle expression for families with young kids.
|Country of origin||Aichi Prefecture, Japan|
|Technique||Sanshu Onigawara Crafts|
|Material||Roof tile, walnut|
|Size||5.51" * 7.87" * 1.02"(14.0*20.0*2.6cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Comes in a paulownia wood box. Please do not touch the onigawara with your bare hands when you take it out of the box. It can be mounted both on the wall and installed.|
|Note||The product is in a paulownia box. Please do not touch orge mask with bare hands. It is possible to install both [wall hanging] and [stationery]. You can fix with plaster iron that is included even with gypsum board wall without base.|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|