En todas las culturas existen artículos y costumbres que traen buena suerte y ahuyentan las desgracias y los malos espíritus. En Japón, se les llama "engimono" y pueden verse por todas partes: en los bolsos, en las entradas de las casas, en las tiendas, en los templos, etc. Esta serie de ilustraciones está inspirada en algunos de los engimono más populares de Japón. Disponibles en la Tienda Kudasai.

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