Kamio Japanese Art History Zipper Storage Pouches - Haniwa
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Haniwa are unglazed terracotta clay figures that were placed on and around Japanese tombs during Japan’s Kofun period (circa 300–538 C.E.). This cute version has been used as a mascot for many Japanese Museums and merchandise collected by art history enthusiasts.
This zippered pouch can be used as a pencil case or storing stationery and other small supplies. Made of a very soft spongy material.