Our 'Koinobori'

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The Traditional Koinobori 

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The New Gen Koinobori 

Organic & aesthetic


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The 'Kokeshi'

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Poetic & chic

These carps are called KOINOBORI, carp koï shaped windsocks. They celebrate a popular and joyful tradition of Japan: raised in the wind every May 5th during Kodomo No Hi, they celebrate the children. By offering a koinobori, parents encourage Children to be strong and brave and wish them happiness, prosperity, joy and health during their entire life.

A Japanese Tradition

The Koinobori tradition was born of a Chinese legend which says that each year, at the third moon in the lunar calendar, during peach blossom season when the Yellow River begins to thaw, the carp would begin their upstream journey from the East China Sea to Longmen, the 'Dragon's Gate'. Here, the Celestial Emperor organised a contest among the carp gathered at the foot of the mighty waterfall, whereby those that succeeded in passing through the gate were transformed into dragons, and those that failed had to return to the sea and try again the following year. Hence the koinobori is associated with bravery, resilience, longevity, joy, and happiness!

A poetic & chic home deco

Often fantasized, because it is far away, Japan has never been so close to you, under your eyes, on your walls in your garden and especially in your heart! With its revisited koinobori, unique, poetic and ecological decoration pieces for children and adults, Madame Mo illuminates your interiors and exteriors to the max!

Inspired by the Japanese tradition, discover Madame Mo 'Koinobori'!

Lucky charm for both young and old? Japanese-inspired object? Unique decorative piece? The koinobori is all of these at once! By reinterpreting the koinobori in a unique way and collaborating with artists, Madame Mo offers a cultural and decorative gateway to Japan!

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