Japanese kites are often square or rectangular in shape with a colorful design of a samurai warrior or kabuki character emblazoned on the front.
Japanese kites are traditionally flown in spring and at special kite-flying festivals.
Japanese kites were first flown for religious purposes and symbolize good luck, fertility, and prosperity. Kites were thought to scare away evil spirits.
Our kites are made from the highest-quality paper using traditions handed down over the centuries.