The Japanese folk tale Momotaro is known as the boy born from a peach. As the boy grows up, he vows to fight off the demons who harass the local villagers. This hand-painted Momotaro doll depicts Momotaro standing over a demon he defeated.
This decoration is often used during Children’s Day, which is a holiday in Japan celebrated on May 5 each year. The purpose of the holiday is to celebrate the happiness of children. Momotaro is often used as a decoration because he represents courage, strength, and generosity.
Place this doll on your desk to have Momotaro ward off the evil demons and bring you good fortunes!