Japan’s traditional masterpiece “Kumade”
I got Japanese traditional masterpiece “Kumade” at the famous shrine. During the Edo period, people started decorating Kumade with good luck charms and selling them at shrines, to help “raking in” success, wealth, safety and happiness. This will definitely bring good luck and many Japanese food & culture lovers this year!
This Kumade goes well with two sake barrels from Tatenokawa, the only sake company producing pure premium sake in Japan.
Come to my home/kitchen studio and find where they are in the classroom!