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Takamatsu Manhole Enamel Pin

Takamatsu Enamel Pin
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Takamatsu is a city in Kagawa Prefecture. In this design depicts Nasu no Yoichi, who is famous for his actions at the Battle of Yashima in 1184. According to the legend, the enemy placed a fan atop a pole on one of their ships, daring Nasu to shoot it off. Sitting atop his horse in the waves near the shore, he nevertheless shot it down with only one arrow. This large pin is based on an actual manhole cover design in Takamatsu.

Diameter: 2" (5cm)

Finish: Black nickel plating, soft enamel

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Usages of all manhole covers in this shop is approved by local the Japanese municipal governments.

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Great gift for Japan lovers

Every single manhole cover designs here is full of story. Rich in colour and folklore, It reflects the uniqueness of each Japanese city. You can decorate your tote bags or backpacks with them. Put them on hats or jacket lapels. They add a touch of Japanese aesthetics to your style. They are of course perfect gifts for anyone who like Japan.