Our noren features the majestic tiger, a symbol long revered as a lucky charm. In many cultures, the tiger is believed to ward off evil, acting as a powerful protector against spiritual obstacles. This makes our tiger noren an ideal addition to your home or business, where it can serve as a symbol of safety and prosperity.
The tiger is not just a symbol of protection, but also of prosperity. It's often associated with business success and the protection of fortune. By incorporating this noren into your space, you're inviting the positive energies of the tiger into your life.
This noren is also a nod to the Chinese Zodiac, where the tiger is one of the twelve signs. Whether you're born in the Year of the Tiger or simply appreciate the rich symbolism associated with it, this noren is a beautiful and meaningful addition to your decor.
Noren (Japanese curtains) are versatile pieces of fabric that can serve various purposes. They can function as cloth room dividers, wall hangings, doorway curtains, or window curtains. Additionally, they make for charming handcrafted gifts for family and friends.
In the context of private homes, norens are often utilized to separate rooms and doorways, providing a sense of division and privacy. They are not just limited to residential use, as businesses also employ them to signify their shop's specialty.
Restaurants, in particular, use norens to create a sense of privacy for their customers. This helps to establish a more intimate and comfortable dining environment. However, norens are not just about practicality. They are also designed to add an aesthetic touch to any space, enhancing its overall beauty.
When it comes to installing a noren, it's quite straightforward. Simply insert a rod through the upper part of the noren. Alternatively, you can hang it using a push pin or thread. The noren is designed to split into two in the middle, allowing one to walk right through it.
As for maintenance, it's recommended to hand-wash the noren or use a brush to clean the pattern side only. After washing, it should be dried in a shaded or cool place. Avoid using bleach on the noren. If needed, you can iron the pattern side once it's clean and dry.
Curtain only. Tension rod must be bought separately.