Great things don't go away, they just get better. The Netsuke charm originated in 17th century Japan as a practical and artful way to fasten shut small containers that were used to hold personal items when everyone wore kimonos which did not have conveniences like pockets. This modern version of the netsuke charm is a tiny replica of a piece of red snapper or Tai sushi, accompanied by a cup of tea that is called Agari when served in sushi houses.
The sushi is made of molded plastic and the porcelain cup is decorated in Japanese characters naming different types of sushi and both dangle from a woven cord of navy and white. Give your cell phones, ipods, book bags and purses your personal touch with this distinctive and realistic netsuke charm. Wrapped in plastic. Made in Japan. (Discontinued, limited quantity)
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