In Japan, people have a small shrine in our homes called "Kamidana". Then, we put our hands together in front of it. This is to give gratitude for the safety of our daily lives.
Inori-gumo is a modern Kamidana designed to fit the current housing style.
Japanese sculptured "Kamidana"
One by One…
- easy Installation -
Installation takes only one minute.
No drilling tools required.
The wall-friendly installation method is ideal for
apartments and condominiums.
It looks even better in person than in the picture. I can see that the craftsmen make it with care. (T.R, Kagawa Prefecture)
It arrived today. It is a very nice piece. I am very lucky to have it by chance encounter. (M.Y, Tokyo)
When I moved into my new house, I was worried about where and how to enshrine the sacred talisman I received. It is thick in a good way, and I feel at ease looking at it. (R.N, Osaka)
Anyway, it smells good and soothes me. In my daily life, many things happen, and I feel like praying for something. I feel like I can be at peace just by looking at it every day. (A.M, Kanagawa Prefecture)