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Daruma is a traditional handmade Japanese wishing doll (or charmingly referred to as a "GOAL DOLL") that keeps us focused on achieving our goals! It is a centuries-old tradition from Japan that is positive, motivational, and fun!

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from Etsy

Kawaii Daruma Doll Outlines Digital Clip Art for Scrapbooking Card Making Cupcake Toppers Paper Crafts

Kawaii Daruma Doll Outlines Digital Clip Art for Scrapbooking Card Making Cupcake Toppers Paper Crafts by DoodlesFirst on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/257745220/kawaii-daruma-doll-outlines-digital-clip

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Daruma dolls - Daruma dolls are seen as a symbol of perseverance and good luck in Japan. When first received, they have no eyes. The owner paints one eye in and sets a goal, the other eye is painted when the goal has been achieved.

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Daruma - Kokeshi - Maneki Neko - Teru Teru Bozu - Koi - Lantern - Fan - Chrysanth - Fukubukuro (Lucky Bag) - Sushi - Bamboo - Godzilla - Torii - Bonsai
from GraphicRiver

Japan Collection

Daruma - Kokeshi - Maneki Neko - Teru Teru Bozu - Koi - Lantern - Fan - Chrysanth - Fukubukuro (Lucky Bag) - Sushi - Bamboo - Godzilla - Torii - Bonsai

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I’ve talked about this before, but I absolutely love the daruma doll. You see it in tattooing here and there, but not often enough for how cool they are. If you’re interested in knowing more about the daruma doll, click here. Tattoo by Troy Slack at Frontyard Tattoo in Mt Barker, South Australia

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