The cup and ball is a toy where it plays worldwide in various countries.

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It sharps at the end, and the ball of yen to which it previously costs the string that is called "Tendon" including the part of the plate on a round cylinder shape and side is said, "Gem".
It is "Tendon gem. " additionally both.

It seems to be a toy the record of loving three generations of Henri king France etc. apparently and having played with the tendon gem remains, too and with the history very much. By the way, it is said that the root of the tendon gem of this now is [biruboke] of France where three Henri generations etc. visited it.
It is said near Edo period the introduction to Japan, it knows the person named [shinsetsu] Kitamura, and the thing that there is a description "[Kobushitama(kendama)] of 67 years in Yasunaga and ..saying.. [mono] [da**] worth" in written '[Yorokoaso] [warami] (coming [yu] cormorant fisherman [ran])' is known.
In addition at that time ..this.., the tendon gem is a drinker in the seat of sake ..play it... It is a way to do the tendon gem.
The festival of Aomori is [woshita] Nebuta as for the shape of the goldfish sold in the Nebuta festival.
This is said, "Goldfish Nebuta".

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The history seems not to be so old though to begin with, there seems to be a theory said making for [hikomo].
The picture of this goldfish Nebuta seems to come out when the book on the history is referred year of Tenmei.

As for modeling, the goldfish named the Tsugaru brocade ([tsugarunishiki]) is acting as a model on what acting as a model this goldfish.

The Tsugaru brocade seeming had been a goldfish that only the samurai in the Tsugaru clan was able to keep, and was called "Ground metal fish" from the goldfish of the land special in year of Tenmei of Edo period.
However, once, this Tsugaru brocade that continued since Edo period has been exterminated. Therefore, it is had to restore the Tsugaru brocade from other some goldfishes' crossbreeds at the early modern age, and arrives today.

Why was this goldfish made Nebuta?Seeming not to understand a formal reason of thing : in general people's holding the yearning in this Tsugaru brocade because only the samurai of Establishment was able to breed, and having assumed Nebuta ..seeming be said...

"Infant [**]" comes to "Getting [jiko]".
"Getting [jiko]" puts my baby in the basket when the farmer of the farmer in Tohoku is doing the labour for farming of the field labor etc. , and is a basket knit with the straw that puts the baby protected so as not to go out.
Round baby bed that can be taken out to the outside?Or, the cradle?(Do not shake. )[Toieru] of [noyounamo].
It is "Doll of [ejiko] of the kokeshi doll. " that the appearance that the baby has entered this "Getting [jiko]" was made as a doll of the wood carving.
Because a very lovely appearance was done with the kokeshi doll, was this appearance adopted for the doll?


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The Yahata horse is hometown toy folkcraft that is for about 700 years around the provinces around Aomori Prefecture Hachinohe City.
The feature is to be made a red, black horse from the pair by a very beautiful color.


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It seems to be Yahata horse's start that the woodwork master around in Hachinohe in the southern part of Aomori Prefecture had made the horse of the wood carving around about 700 years ago.

Afterwards, it came to be sold to transmit this between farmers, and to make the horse as a side job as a souvenir by those who visited a shrine about the temple company. Moreover, it was dedicated in the horseback archery of the village shrine Kushibiki Hachimangu shrine of the southern part person who had governed this Aomori Hachinohe area (spinney waking up).

It has that something to which famous 【 Sasano 1 sword engraving ([sasanoi] and [ubori])】 runs by Yamagata folkcraft and hawk [poppo]. by farmer's side job and exist well such folkcraft

Yahata horse's old doll planted genuine horsehair in the hair in the part of the back etc.Shape seemed to be simpler and in addition, to be simpler.

[Kakuritsusateita] ..coming be made from the vivid color pattern at Taishou era.. ..the shape of Yahata horse (beautiful now and [watauma])...
It is this parentheses as for a typical thing of the Miharu [hako] doll that it is Fukushima Prefecture, and is the folkcraft of Miharu.


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[**tsudumi] (parentheses) is a percussion instrument used by traditional court music. A kind of hand drum. It puts on transverse, and right and left both sides are stricken in front of of the player with a drumstick that is made the point like [dankuri]. It is used ..easy Tang Dynasty it.., and it has conductor's role. Three [no] hand drum is used in easy Koma. (From Wikipedia. )[**tsudumi] (parentheses) applying, and it is a work described momentarily in there is a throb feeling of the woman who is dancing, and a typical masterpiece of the Miharu papier-mache the dance percussing it with the drumstick of both hands around of my stomach in this work. Moreover, [bun;you] etc. of the flower drawn in clothes are drawn very delicate and beautifully.

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The kokeshi doll is a wooden doll from about the end of Edo era that came to be sold to the hot spring in the Tohoku region chiefly as a souvenir for [nadode] and the person staying at a spa to cure a disease, etc.It seems to have been the one to draw eyes, noses, mouths, and patterns in the kokeshi doll with the growth of a child with the Indian ink and dyestuff in what cradled as a souvenir of the toy. The child cherished this by shouldering, and holding.
It is often an diameter to be able to thin the neck so that the infant may grasp easily, and to be able to grasp the body by child's hand.
It develops into an adult ornamental use, and there are a lot of collectors now, too. The kokeshi doll had the person where the hobby person willingly collected kokeshi dolls at Taisho Period though there were a lot of people who collected toys today, too. Groups of those who collected by the collection of kokeshi dolls in the city (Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka) etc. were made.

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