Classy yet lovely Japanese Kaishi papers (pocket papers) made of "Iyo washi" from Ehime Prefecture. Great for party favors, tea time, message note, letter paper, small gift wrapping... etc.
what does this "1 Fuji 2 Taka 3 Eggplant" (一富士二鷹三茄子)mean? It is said that you'll have good fortune if you dream about 1. Mount-Fuji, 2. hawks and 3. eggplants at the first night of the year.
What is "Kaishi"? Kaishi or called pocket paper in English, is a piece of small washi paper originally used at tea ceremonies to place under sweets or to wipe the tea bowl after drinking. Nowadays, Kaishi is also used as decorations for Kaiseki cuisine (Japanese traditional course dish), at tea house to place under sweets, or as stationery, small gift wrapping and more.