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Vol.64 Celebrating the New Year at Kitchou mini plate @note

New Year's Day is just around the corner. Although New Year's Day has been simplified in modern times, it is originally an event to welcome Toshigami-sama, the god of agriculture.

When welcoming Toshigami-sama, why not prepare auspicious mini plates to add a festive touch to your New Year's dinner table, even if you can't do anything big.

Kitchou's small plates are designed with auspicious motifs such as daruma and sea bream in red and white colors.

Kitchou = auspicious sign, which means a harbinger of good fortune.

These items are perfect for coordinating your table for special occasions such as New Year's Day and celebrations.

The key point is the small illustration drawn in the center.

Each plate is decorated with an auspicious motif, with wishes for the dining table on special occasions, not just New Year's Day.

Playful dishes with cranes, daruma, sea bream, etc. bring out the feeling of the New Year.

Why not use them as a companion for next year's New Year?

For more information, please visit the Nankai Tsusho official note↓↓↓

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●Product : Rokusan mini plate "Kitchou"

●Price: 990 yen each

●Brand : 63 rokusan

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