Direct from France! The 5th of May in Japan is the Festival of Children: "koinobori" (koi = carp and nobori = flag) are placed outside the house to wish them happiness, prosperity, joy and health.
These Koinobori are among Madame Mo's "classics". They decorate any room of the house, can be hung in the front-yard or in front of a shop. Joyful and bright, koinobori symbolize happiness and courage - they make an original gift for a new born baby too!
100% organic cotton. Shown in Daylight Blue.
Approximate size: 27.5in (H) x 9.6in (W)
About the company: Madame Mo's trademark was born in 2003 and influenced by Japan. Madame Mo initially created the Interludes, a short, animated feature, and thereafter, all the products made after were inspired near and far from the main characters of these cartoons.