Daruma is a traditional handmade Japanese wishing doll (or charmingly referred to as a "GOAL DOLL") that keeps us focused on achieving our goals! It is a centuries-old tradition from Japan that is positive, motivational, and fun!

Daruma is a traditional handmade Japanese wishing doll (or charmingly referred to as a "GOAL DOLL") that keeps us focused on achieving our goals! It is a centuries-old tradition from Japan that is positive, motivational, and fun!

Daruma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck in Japan. When first received, they have no eyes. The owner paints one eye in and sets a goal, the other eye is painted when the goal has been achieved.

Daruma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck in Japan. When first received, they have no eyes. The owner paints one eye in and sets a goal, the other eye is painted when the goal has been achieved.

Japanese Daruma dolls---This is a Japanese Daruma doll, you color one of the eyes while you make a wish and when the wish comes true you have to color the other eye. No instructions but looks very easy to make.

Japanese Daruma dolls---This is a Japanese Daruma doll, you color one of the eyes while you make a wish and when the wish comes true you have to color the other eye. No instructions but looks very easy to make.

Japanese Dharma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement in Japan.

Japanese Dharma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement in Japan.

Japanese Dharma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement in Japan.

Japanese Dharma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck, making them a popular gift of encouragement in Japan.

Een zeer populaire talisman voor goed geluk in het moderne Japan is het armloze, beenloze en ooglidloze poppetje, de Daruma-doll. Deze worden in tempels en op festivals verkocht. Ze zijn meestal gemaakt van papier-mashé, rood geverfd en stellen de mediterende Daruma voor. Wanneer men aan de zijkant van deze pop duwt, komt ze vanzelf weer terug recht. Daarom noemt met ze ook wel  okiagari koboshi (tuimelpop).

Een zeer populaire talisman voor goed geluk in het moderne Japan is het armloze, beenloze en ooglidloze poppetje, de Daruma-doll. Deze worden in tempels en op festivals verkocht. Ze zijn meestal gemaakt van papier-mashé, rood geverfd en stellen de mediterende Daruma voor. Wanneer men aan de zijkant van deze pop duwt, komt ze vanzelf weer terug recht. Daarom noemt met ze ook wel okiagari koboshi (tuimelpop).

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