This hanging Japanese lantern will brighten up your kitchen, don't wait any longer to try it!
Did you know that the
originated in China? Become popular in Japan during the Edo period in the 1800s, it combines practicality, aesthetics and utility. Its foldable structure is ideal for saving space when storing.
is made from rice paper or mulberry fibers. Washi paper is elegant and refined. It is mounted on an iron structure that allows it to be held. It can have a cylindrical shape (like this one) or ball.
The motif of this
Japanese light fixture
is a miso soup. This typical dish of the Japanese archipelago is colorful, dietary and tasty. It is accompanied by its famous soup spoon and traditional chopsticks. No doubt it will have its place in your kitchen!
Here are some suggestions to highlight this
💯 For this
paper lamp to
provide a soft and subdued light, add a light bulb or candle and unfold the paper structure. You can also opt for the lampshade. You'll get real Zen cuisine.
💯 Use the hook above the
to hang it on a ceiling light. If the operation is too technical, put it on a dresser type of furniture and light a candle inside. Traditional lantern effect guaranteed!
💯 If you like cute Japanese symbols, take a look at the
maneki neko lantern
. It symbolizes the lucky cat of Japan that we no longer present!
💯 Want to discover other
Japanese lighting fixtures
? We invite you to take a look at our
collection. You will find ball and cylinder lamps, red or white paper... always adorned with our favorite Japanese motifs!
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