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Japanese Fusa 2008/10/25 22:31
Tokyo 23-ku
Where can i buy japanese Fusa to hang in car, I will be in staying in Shinjuku area and where is the nearest station that i can get it from?
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. 2008/10/26 10:08
What is Fusa?
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Japanese Fusa 2008/10/26 15:16
Here's a link on what it looks like...Thanks

http://www.junction-produce.co.jp/english/accesories/fusa/in...
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tassel 2008/10/27 19:16
Coconut,

"Fusa" means "tassel" in Japanese. So saying that you want to buy fusa is as same as saying you want to buy a tassel.

Now, I'm not really sure if Japanese tassels are sold by itself. They are usually attached to something else.

In the link provided, the webmaster says they were inspired by the Danjiri Festival. So I did a quick internet search on Danjiri and I did find a page that shows all the Danjiri merchandize, but as I assumed, they don't seem to sell tassels alone.
http://www.city.kishiwada.osaka.jp/danjiri/miyage/miyage1.ht...

Is there any problem buying it from the site you showed us? I think it will be a lot easier than looking for them in Japan. But you can try looking into DIY shops like Tokyo Hands off the South Exit of Shinjuku Station. Be sure to bring a photo to show to the clerk.
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