●セリアの瓶を、アンティーク瓶に*支えて下さってる方々の嬉し過ぎるお気持ちと●|・:*:ナチュラルアンティーク雑貨&家具のお部屋・:*

●セリアの瓶を、アンティーク瓶に*支えて下さってる方々の嬉し過ぎるお気持ちと●|・:*:ナチュラルアンティーク雑貨&家具のお部屋・:*

19th century Japanese Imari tea caddy, handpainted red, blue and gold floral decoration on cobalt blue square shape with cap lid, Meiji period c. late 1800s, porcelain, Japan

19th Century Imari Porcelain Tea Caddy

19th century Japanese Imari tea caddy, handpainted red, blue and gold floral decoration on cobalt blue square shape with cap lid, Meiji period c. late 1800s, porcelain, Japan

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初心者さんでも簡単♪ いろいろ作れるベニヤDIY始めませんか?

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I love koi ponds!   the word "Koi" was first used about 2,500 years ago in China. Koi are believed to have been introduced to Japan with the invading Chinese and according to Koi fish history the first account of them being kept by an emperor in Japan dates back to AD 200.    The Japanese were the first in Koi fish history to take the naturally occurring mutations and develop them further.

I love koi ponds! the word "Koi" was first used about 2,500 years ago in China. Koi are believed to have been introduced to Japan with the invading Chinese and according to Koi fish history the first account of them being kept by an emperor in Japan dates back to AD 200. The Japanese were the first in Koi fish history to take the naturally occurring mutations and develop them further.

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