Japanese Tradition

Experience Japanese tradition at our store

     Stop by our new retail shop and experience true Japanese culture. We have something for all ages. Young or old, family man /woman or businessman/businesswoman. We have traditional Japanese decorations, figurines, furniture and more!
Call us today! 808.973.0320

Year of zodiac figurines

     Year of the Sheep 2015 zodiac figurines are available at our store in a variety of shapes and sizes. If you were born in 1919, 1931, 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, or 2015 you may be:

     Patient and like to exercise moderation and caution in all aspects of their lives. They can bear great pressure and remain stable. Can be very hard workers accomplishing much and can easily take on more than their load.
Large Sarubobo in Honolulu, HI

Shoji paper

     Shoji paper is used for the famous fish prints. This form of fish printing was meant for fishermen to show others what fish they caught. The printing process involves coating one side of the fish with non-toxic acrylic paint and gently placing a piece of shoji paper over the fish. The fish prints are later eaten. At Iida’s, we sell the same rolls of shoji paper world-renowned fish printmaker Naoki Hayashi uses for his prints.

Good luck Sarubobo charms

     The Japanese cherish different lucky figurines and charms. One of them is the famous Sarubobo luck charm. They come in large and small sizes, and a rainbow of colors with different meanings for luck. Handy to hang on your phone, in your car or on a key chain.
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