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Hair Accessories Kanzashi かんざし

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In the Edo period, when hair ornaments blossomed, fashion leaders such as Oiran, Maiko, Geisha, and children of samurai and merchants were popular among the townspeople. Since then various hair ornaments have been developed.
Hair ornaments in Japan are roughly divided into hair sticks, combs, and kougai.
In the Edo period, hair ornaments were physical proof of popularity for women. They were a symbol of, a symbol of beauty, a token from a lover, and so on. There were many important meanings that were put into them.
Women in Edo expressed themselves by wearing hairpins and combs. Oiran (courtesans) used many expensive precious metals and tortoiseshell hairpins.
In the Western part of the world, these accessories are called hairpins, ornaments, barrettes, and tiaras.
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For ¥1600 products
1~9 ⇒ ¥1600
10~ ⇒ ¥1550
For ¥2100 products
1~9 ⇒ ¥2100
10~ ⇒ ¥2000

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