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Furai-ki (Lucky Flag)

Updated at 2024-06-16

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Furai-ki is a type of tairyo-bata, hung initially at the bow of a ship to pray for a bountiful catch and safe voyage. Today, it is used as a decorative flag or a symbol of good fortune for various activities. Furai-ki features a myriad of illustrations, including sunrises and treasure ships. Taiwan is greatly influenced by the Japanese culture. Therefore, tairyo-bata can also be seen in many traditional Taiwanese fishing villages.

Details

Name
Furai-ki (Lucky Flag)
Giver
Choshi City Hall
Friendly States
Japan
City
Choshi City, Chiba Prefecture

Alliance Date: July 11, 2022
Language: Japanese
Area: 83.87square kilometers
Population: Approx. 53,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Soy sauce, fishing

Size
L48cm W32cm H1cm
Category
Textiles、Flags
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