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Hako-makura   Box pillow: In ancient Japan the pillow was a bundle of straw or wooden blocks. Families were said to use a single log. The same was true for workers and apprentices. In the morning "the father or employer would strike one end with a hammer to wake them up." In time the hako-makura was invented and a small padded pillow was added to the top.         Eventually these box pillows became more elegant and delicate and and were raised in height since the were set just beyond the…

Hako-makura Box pillow: In ancient Japan the pillow was a bundle of straw or wooden blocks. Families were said to use a single log. The same was true for workers and apprentices. In the morning "the father or employer would strike one end with a hammer to wake them up." In time the hako-makura was invented and a small padded pillow was added to the top. Eventually these box pillows became more elegant and delicate and and were raised in height since the were set just beyond the…

京都・唐紙を使ったはんなり和モダンなお正月テーブル

京都・唐紙を使ったはんなり和モダンなお正月テーブル

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treasury item : table mat ,coaster handsewn , with vintage japanese fabrics, kantha/sashiko

treasury item : table mat ,coaster handsewn , with vintage japanese fabrics, kantha/sashiko

Hako-makura   Box pillow: In ancient Japan the pillow was a bundle of straw or wooden blocks. Families were said to use a single log. The same was true for workers and apprentices. In the morning "the father or employer would strike one end with a hammer to wake them up." In time the hako-makura was invented and a small padded pillow was added to the top.         Eventually these box pillows became more elegant and delicate and and were raised in height since the were set just beyond the…

Hako-makura Box pillow: In ancient Japan the pillow was a bundle of straw or wooden blocks. Families were said to use a single log. The same was true for workers and apprentices. In the morning "the father or employer would strike one end with a hammer to wake them up." In time the hako-makura was invented and a small padded pillow was added to the top. Eventually these box pillows became more elegant and delicate and and were raised in height since the were set just beyond the…

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Shibori Throw Pillow cover, Cotton, x x Hand Tie dye Pillow Cover, Shibori Cushion cover,Gift Item

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