Teru Teru Bozu


Teru teru bozu is a doll made of white cloth and hung from the eaves to pray for clear skies. Nowadays, faces (eyes, nose, and mouth) are often drawn before hanging. Originally, however, people did not draw faces on the dolls, but hung them while chanting the incantation, “Teru teru bozu, tomorrow will be fine. When it stops raining and clears up, the face is painted with gratitude, sake is offered (or poured over the head), and the face is thrown into the river.

Original Papertoy : Salazad
Exclusive for Peri Kertas – Harajuku District Event – July 2023

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