Japanese Koinobori Windsock 36”
These high quality, colorful, and beautifully detailed Koi Fish Windsocks are a great way to add a splash of color and fun to any outdoor decor. Hanging Koinobori windsocks is an Asian tradition to celebrate Children's Day. Each color and size represents various family members. The celebration is held in May but many people celebrate the tradition all year long. Weather and fade resistant polyester fabric. Plastic hoop maintains opening at mouth. Colorful dye-sublimated printed design. Ships flat - no assembly required. String bridle and attached snap swivel for easy hanging.
Koinobori (鯉のぼり), meaning "carp streamer" in Japanese, are carp-shaped windsocks traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Tango no Sekku (端午の節句), a traditional calendrical event which is now designated as Childress Day (子供の日, Kodomo no hi), a national holiday in Japan.
Children's Day takes place on May 5, the last day of Golden Week, the largest break for workers and also a week in which businesses usually close for up to 9–10 days. Landscapes across Japan are decorated with koinobori from April to early May, in honor of children for a good future and in the hope that they will grow up healthy and strong.