You think samurai and geisha are old Japan? Or that figures became a thing with manga and anime? But what about the clay haniwa figures that were placed in the kofun burial mounds of emperors and nobles in the third and sixth centuries! With their distinct terracotta color and cute shape, haniwa are among the first images the Japanese learn to recognize, starting from kindergarten. The Haniwa Finger Cots are a great and practical way for you too to have them at your fingertips - literally!
The Haniwa Finger Cots are a life-saver if you are counting money or any type of paper, want to prevent paper cuts, or are handling sensitive materials that might be soiled by the oil that resides on your fingers' skin. Pick the designs you like (there are three pairs of cots, each with a different design) in the set, put them on (they are ribbed in the inside for easier fit), and do your regular work enjoying a much firmer touch - on paper and Japan's history!
The Haniwa Finger Cots feature: