About Puca gift wrapping and Noshi

Puka original wrapping paper

Puca items can be wrapped for free.
It will be sent wrapped in Puca original wrapping paper.

Cute Pooka friends
Let's celebrate everyone's festival together♪

About Noshi

・All Puca noshi are "inner noshi" .

・If you would like "Noshi", please add it to your cart .

・Both "Noshi" and "Original wrapping" can be used together.

・Purchases for wrapping alone are not accepted.

-Color appearance may differ from the actual product depending on your monitor.

・We handle items of various sizes. Please leave the size of Noshi to our store.

About original wrapping

・If you would like "original gift wrapping", please add the item to your cart .

・Both "Noshi" and "Original wrapping" can be used together.

・Purchases for wrapping alone are not accepted.

・We handle items of various sizes. The impression may differ slightly depending on the size. Please leave it to us as we will package it with the most suitable one.

・Some items cannot be attached to small items. Please see the details of each product.

[Mizuhiki - Plum knot]

Plums have long been considered auspicious in Japan, as is associated with the pine, bamboo, and plum trees. The shape of a plum has a ``tight knot that doesn't easily untie,'' so it is used for a variety of celebratory occasions, including engagements and gift bags. Plum blossoms are also said to be flowers that bloom through the harsh winters, and because of these various connections, they have three meanings: ``bringing you together,'' ``warding off evil spirits,'' and ``improving your destiny.'' 

Tosa handmade crafts

[Tosa Washi]

The feelings of the craftsmen are conveyed through the tips of their fingers.
Warm washi paper created by people and nature is a companion to our daily lives.

``Tosa Washi'' from Kochi Prefecture is called one of Japan's three major washi papers, along with ``Echizen Washi'' from Fukui Prefecture and ``Mino Washi'' from Gifu Prefecture.
Kozo and mitsumata grown in the mountains of Tosa are washed with water from Tosa's clear streams, such as the Niyodo River and Shimanto River.
The nature of Tosa is equally infused into both the rugged, wild-looking paper where you can see the raw materials and the thin paper like Tengucho paper.
In particular, Tosa kozo, which is grown in mountainous areas, has long fibers that tend to get tangled, so it is strong even though it is thin.

At the online shop “Hare to Living”

We put our heart and soul into each and every item.

It is wrapped in wrapping paper.

I hope both the giver and the recipient will be excited.:*

[Brand Puca]

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