Greetings and History
Thank you for visiting our on-line shop. Our official company name is "Juho Ningyou no Tougei" that mean "Tougei of Juho Dolls".
We generally refer to ourselves as "Juho Tougei". We have been making traditional Japanese dolls "Kimekomi Dolls" and sell various items for dolls since 1966.
• Kimekomi Doll Kits and Supplies
• Kimekomi Doll Making Tools
• Special Japanese Fabric like Kinran, Chirimen and etc, from scrap
• Hina Dolls
• Gogatsu Dolls
• A variety of related merchandise
• Hanging Scrolls
Gogatsu Dolls are the special items for Children's Day on May 5th. It is called "Gogatsu-ningyo" or "Yoroi Kabuto" in Japan. Yoroi Kabuto means a helmet and armor. It was important for Samurai during Sengoku period. It could protect Samurai’s body from attacks of enemies and show the personal success. Samurai used to use swords, bows, and arrows to protect their family and community. Now Japanese people don’t need kind of arms, but all parents hope their children’s success and good health with their growth, so they decorate Gogatsu Dolls and celebrate with that mind.
We send Japanese traditional dolls, Kimekomi doll kits, fabrics, and the various merchandise directly from Japan. That's why, we know and tell you the latest information that you are interested in.
Please ask us if you have any inquiry!
As always I am completely satisfied withmy tiger I received from you!
I haven't started this project yet. I haveordered from you many times. So impressed at how fast my orders arrive all theway from Japan to California. I have attached previously ordered and completedkits😊 Thankyou!
We love our koinobori set! We received manycompliments on the beauty and quality of the set. People also comment on havingthe family name on the set. It has been windy this month and the pole and koihave done well in the windy conditions. Thank you.
You could see Hagoita, Hamayumi, Hina Dolls, Gogatsu Dolls and Koinobori here. However, dolls decorated are different from depending on the seasons.
Real Japanese doll shop address
660-1 Aihara-Machi, Machida-shi, Tokyo, 194-0211 JAPAN