The word kusudama is a combination of two Japanese words: kusuri 薬 - "medicine" and tama 玉 - "ball". It is most often a ball-shaped ornament made, among others, of artificial flowers or paper (e.g. using the origami method). They are also often seen as maiko ornaments worn during the Setsubun festival in February.
These bold-coloured hemispherical ornaments look fabulous in combination with a simple hairstyle such as a bun. They will perfectly complement the styling of a dress, both for everyday use and for an evening of club dancing, as well as completing a kimono outfit. 100% hand-made and short series guarantee high-quality craft.
The hemispheres are made of chirimen fabric. The hairpin's metal, filigree base ensures durability, and thanks to the alligator clip on the back, it will be easy to clip into any hairdo.
Each piece is made of a fabric with a repeating pattern. In result, individual pieces may differ both from each other and the photo.
Size approx. 4 cm