This gorgeous hand-carved wagashi mould has been used to make traditional Japanese sweets like rakugan (hard, pastel-coloured rice flour candy served with matcha tea).
These wooden wagashi moulds are becoming more rare as less and less artisans continue to produce them.
Use yours as a decorative piece in a bookshelf or on your wall.
Size: 16.5 x 9 x 2 cm.
Found in NishiOgikubo, Tokyo.
Some small scratches.
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