Hand Fans are very deep related to Japanese Culture. They were sign of status or position, self expression, and art. Around 1100 years ago, the Japanese Folding Fan changed to the style in which we use today. Japanese traditional paper on a framework of rib, is folded over in many layers. This Fan was called [Kawahori (bat). This derivation came from its shape when unfolded fan, it looked like a Bat. At that time, these fans were used only priests, nobles, and oracles. But it was not allowed to be used by the regular people. The Maki-e Senmen Nami iPhone case contains gold and urushi. The design is completely handmade.
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.