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Senbazuru mask


In Japanese culture, a crane is a symbol of longevity and good fortune. In the 6th century, Japanese monks used to use paper only for the most important ceremonies as it was so expensive. Therefore, it is said: if one folds 1,000 cranes a wish will come true. This is known in Japanese as "senbazuru." It is seen as a meditative way of channeling your hopes for health and peace during challenging times. The combination of these two extremely sacred things: paper and cranes creates quite a powerful display.

The Senbazuru paper crane themed cloth face mask is 100% cotton on a cobalt blue background supporting sky blue and ecru folded paper cranes lined in metallic gold with deep blue sakura cherry blossom flowers disappearing into the background.

You receive a custom-made 3-ply cloth face mask with 100% cotton fashion fabric outer layer, a hidden inner layer of moisture-wicking silver-ion encapsulated weave/Greenguard Gold Certified/Prop 65 compliant Polyethylene "PE" fabric, and coordinating solid 100% Kona cotton (Oeko-Tex Standard 100) filter pocket inner layer.

Your mask includes one PM2.5 5-layer carbon filter, your choice of size, choice of black or white elastic or jersey ties with matching adjustable toggles, and removable aluminum nose wire.

Your face mask is made-to-order and FINAL SALE. All cloth face masks are machine or hand wash on cold/warm and hang dry. For more information on mask care, sizing, and design please visit the MASK FAQ page.

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