This paper craft is made from high-quality white paper, so you can add your own colors and decorations to make it truly yours. We produce these pieces to share Japanese culture with everyone and we hope that you will enjoy the 3D effect of the design in your home.

We hope you enjoy crafting this with your loved ones and learning more about Japanese culture!



The helmet was the most important head protection armor for samurai during the Japanese Warring States period (15th century). The helmets of famous warlords in history were more than just protective gear for the head: they also were the perfect place to hang decorations to stand out on the battlefield and show off their status and wealth.


In ancient Japan, foxes were believed to be messengers of the gods. They were often seen as benevolent creatures, and statues of foxes can be found at many Inari shrines. Inari shrines are dedicated to Inari, the god of good harvest. They are often found near rice fields and other agricultural areas.


Goldfish are a popular ornamental fish in Japan. They have a long history in the country, dating back to the Edo period (1603-1867). During this time, goldfish were often placed in glass spheres called "goldfish balls" and hung under the eaves of houses to be enjoyed. They were also used as subjects for ukiyoe and other types of Japanese artwork.


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