These carp-shaped windsocks (koi) called koinobori are real lucky charms and popular in Japan. These flying fish are hoisted in the wind to celebrate children (from kodomo, child, no, from and hi, day).
Parents give them to their children to wish them happiness, prosperity, joy and health throughout their lives.
A revisited koinobori, a decorative object that will bring a touch of poetry to your interior and exterior.
At Les Charmettes, we display it on our terrace but it will sail in the wind on a balcony, in a garden, a body of water or indoors in a bedroom or living room...
An original and creative gift idea.
Madame Mo's koinobori are part of an ecological approach with 100% organic cotton manufacturing, they are GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified and the packaging is made of recycled cardboard.