The Night Parade of One Hundred “Yokai” Series
A Japanese legend that appears frequently in Japanese visual arts. Hyakki Yagyō is when one hundred demons come through the streets on certain summer nights. It is believed that the only way to be kept safe from being spirited away by these demons is to stay inside your house on these nights. Each Yokai has its own legend.
This is a patch of a yokai wearing a trivet on head who blows a bamboo for making fire.
Gotoku, trivets, is a tool used to elavate a pot from open-fire. Old gotoku-turned yokai. Hyakki-yako is a late-night procession of many yokai mosnters. Yokai White parts glows in the dark.
|Attention1||The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials. Luminous threads are used for white parts. Be careful in the case of heat-sensitive materials.|
|Attention2||Luminous threads are heat-sensitive materials. Use a damp cloth with low-ironing as threads may melt with hot-ironing. Machine-stitch is recommended to enhance strength.
Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.
|Material||Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon,Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon|
|Manufactured Country||Made in Japan|