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It is said to have started in the early Edo period when the lord of the Aizu domain ordered the feudal retainers to make it as a side job during the winter and put it on sale during the New Year holidays.
It has long been regarded as a lucky charm as it stands up immediately after falling down.
Koboshi is a word that means a child, and it seems that the size is generally small, about 3 centimeters.The head is pointed, and the expression drawn with thin lines is unique, and each one is hand-painted, so the expression is slightly different.
Also known as "Okihime", it is said that the silk moth molts "wakes up", so in the Tohoku region where silk moths are flourishing, it is also popular as a talisman for sericulture with the hope that good quality cocoons can be obtained. It seems to be.