In classical tradition, tigers were regarded as the king of beasts in ancient china. But when rumors of lions were passed on to chinese people through the silk road, lions usurped their place! Lions were also valued as the symbol of kingship in china as in Egypt and India where lion statues were placed in the dynastic palaces to represent the king’s power and to protect him.
“ karajishi ” is an imaginary lion introduced from the tang dynasty (7th to 10th century) to japan. In both the east and west, lions have been considered to be a precious luck-bringing animal that averts evil, beckons happiness and promotes joy. The two lions and size colored balls in karajish i maki-e of the pen are believed to realize your dreams and bring joy and more fortune to you. It is limited to 88 pieces.
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