Japanese Kite - Battle of Uji
Japanese kites are often square or rectangular in shape with a colorful design of a samurai warrior or kabuki character emblazoned on the front. Japanese kites are traditionally flown in spring and at special kite-flying festivals. They were first for religious purposes and symbolize good luck, fertility, and prosperity. Kites were thought to scare away evil spirits.
Our kites are made from high-quality paper using traditions handed down over the centuries.
This beautiful Japanese kite features a picture by Teizo Hashimoto that depicts samurai warlords in the famous 13th century Battle of Uji River.
Material: Washi paper, wooden frame
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