Hot Dog Hariko Ornament
Hariko is the Japanese art of making animal figurines from papier-mâché, a craft dating back to the Mingei folk art period.
A riff on the traditional hariko, these figurines feature a hot dog, bun, ketchup and mustard, all wrapped in takeaway paper. Well we were never going to go for the ordinary version, were we?
They’re created by an organisation near Nara, Japan, which offers jobs and opportunities for people who are differently able and otherwise facing barriers to employment. Each piece is made and painted by hand.
Comes gift boxed.
May contain nuts. Genuinely- in the mix. Approx 16cm x 5cm.
Presented in a gift box, wrapped in tissue paper.