[Puca] is based on the theme of ``Festivals that are fun for children'' throughout the series, and has been packed with many ideas so that you can celebrate them as your child grows.

Of course for children celebrating their first festival! For families who are considering purchasing a new one amid changes in the environment, you can enjoy growth and celebration with "Puka, which can be enjoyed with all five senses" and makes the festival more enjoyable every year!

Puca that you can touch, play with, and decorate ♪


[Baby Stand Sora] is a carp streamer decoration that can also be used as a tabletop type, and was created the year after the release of ``Puka Tree'' in response to many requests from customers.

This product was developed for overseas markets with the hope that the carp streamer, a traditional Japanese culture, would become a celebration of the birth of a baby boy and a symbol of growth and health around the world.

Cute size feeling


Product size: H59 x W350 x D95mm
A compact and easy-to-decorate carp streamer decoration that is about half the size of a puka tree. The size is neither too small nor too large, making it very cute for small children. Of course on the table or chest. It's not too small, so I think it's a good size to put on the floor.
The arrow wheel is designed to rotate, so the children are intrigued . She looks so cute like that.

Original name engraved

You can laser engrave your name on the original wooden helmet decoration designed to match the baby stand. (Name engraving fee is included in the sales price)

You can choose from kanji, hiragana, katakana, and romaji.

Interior design that fits into everyday life



May decorations are generally displayed from around the vernal equinox in late March until the Boy's Festival on May 5th. Many people think that glittering and luxurious festival decorations are not suitable for everyday life.

Also, if it's a gorgeous decoration, you'll be asked, "Don't touch it!" or "Don't approach it!"
Some mothers may have imagined the contradiction of having to say so when it comes to decorations for their children.

(Even adults need to be very careful when handling glittery and delicate decorations.Even with gloves, there are some parts that you shouldn't handle, and they can be sensitive to small scratches and how they are stored.) If you have small children, you may think it's best to keep them out of reach, and your children won't have much of a chance to see them, and by the time they reach the age of 3, they'll have given up on festival decorations. I've heard stories that it's gone.

Puka's theme is "Festivals that children can enjoy together," and we hope that they will get a lot of interest in them. I want children to experience lots of things, learn about seasonal events through their five senses, and grow up in the warmth of culture.

It's been a month since I started decorating the pooka.
Children grow up with Puka in their daily lives.

 Good material and quality

Throughout the Puca wood products series, we use beech wood (beech), which is often used in Scandinavian furniture. Each part is hand-made to fit easily in the hands of small children. You can feel the quality of the product, and the quality of the material allows you to enjoy it over time, making you love the years you spend with your child even more. 

Puka's manufacturing

Puka performs thorough quality control so that children can touch and play with our products.

Puca meets Japanese quality standards and conducts our own unique inspection items and inspection process to ensure safety and peace of mind for our customers. (Due to the manufacturing process, some wooden products are produced in collaboration with overseas contract factories.) Under thorough management, we also conduct inspections in Japan (our company).

Scenery with baby stand SORA
I hope you have a wonderful Boy's Festival.


A one-of-a-kind photographer who captures the loveliness and atmosphere of “that moment” with the exquisite essence. The expressiveness and nostalgic nuances that feel strangely familiar are endlessly gentle and warm. Every time I look back at the photos, I come across photos that remind me how important "the present" and "the present moment" are, shine a spotlight on "in our lives," and gently teach us methods for welcoming daily life happily. Masu.



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