Tsukumogami Pins

Tsukumogami Pins


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Tsukumogami are artifact spirits in Japanese folklore. These objects gain souls and come to life after a century of existence. Originally feared as powerful beings, they later became playful poltergeists, indulging in pranks and mischief out of boredom or sorrow. How a tsukumogami behaves reflects its care during the first 100 years. Neglected objects may haunt their owners, while cherished ones remain loyal. Famous Tsukumogami include Karakasa Kozo (umbrella), Chōchin Obake (lantern), Bake-zōri (sandals), Biwa bokuboku (Biwa), and more. Tsukumogami stories teach children to care for their belongings.

You can find more Yokai knowledge here and more drawings on my Instagram page!

Dive into the features of these Tsukumogami Pins:

Chōchin Obake: 26,5 x 35 mm
Karakasa Kozō: 26 x 47 mm
Shami Chōrō: 30 x 41,2 mm

Material: Crafted with a beautiful, shiny Gunmetal finish in Hard Enamel style.

Comfort: Securely attach them to dresses, bags, caps, and more with the Butterfly clutch closure.

Weight 0.010 kg
Dimensions 2.5 × 2.5 × 1 cm

Chōchin-obake (Lantern), Karakasa Kozō (Umbrella), Shami Chōrō (Instrument)


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