Licca Dolls

NONE of these items are for sale.
This is a private collection.

Omatsuri Licca.
Manufacturer: Takara (1987)
Our first Licca doll.

This Licca doll is very special, because she represents a participant in the Omatsuri Festival.
She is wearing a traditional happi coat of the region.  She would help carry the portable shrine, or mikoshi
to the local temple.  Communities gather in this joyous ceremony, during the month of May into early June.
A very difficult doll to find, and we treasure her.

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Kimono Licca.
Manufacturer: Takara (1987)
We were attracted to her cute curls, and lovely kimono.

Licca is very respectful of her Japanese culture, and she enjoys wearing pretty kimono.
She wears a traditional kimono of a young girl.  The sleeves of her kimono are long,
and the cloth is printed with a bright pattern to signify her youthfulness.

Yukata Izumi.
Manufacturer: Takara (2001)

Izumi's bright blue yukata compliments her pretty blond hair.
She carries a fan, and represents a young beauty in summer.

Yukata Kira.
Manufacturer: Takara (2001)

Kira's yukata is also colorful, to suggest her young age.
Both Izumi and Kira are wearing traditional warm weather clothing.

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