Symbol of good fortune in Japan. Bamboo groves are commonly found near Shinto shrines, and sometimes are grown as part of a sacred barrier against evil. They are commonly to be found near many Buddhist temples. The traditional Japanese bamboo fountain, the Tsukubai, is said to embody and illustrate purity and sacredness and the seed of the bamboo tree is said to be tied to the mythical phoenix often depicted in Japanese arts, which is said to eat only bamboo seeds. The Maki-e Bamboo iPhone case contains gold foil and urushi. The design decoration is handmade, while the main design is printed.
This product is made with Urushi, which contains urushiol, a substance that may cause allergic skin rash on contact (specially on liquid form) We carefully look into delivering complete dry products to reduce any allergic threat. Consult your health advisor for more details.