This decorative windsock in Phospho Skeleton from Madame Mo shows the skeleton of the fish with phosphorescent edges and the inside with a pretty flowerbed of leaves and flowers.
The koinobori, a koi carp-shaped windsock, is used to celebrate a popular and joyful tradition in Japan. Every May 5th during Kodomo No Hi, they are hoisted in the wind to honor children. By offering koinobori, parents encourage children to be strong and valiant and wish them happiness, prosperity, joy and health throughout their lives. This gorgeous version is made from fair trade organic cotton. Hang it indoors or out for a beautiful pop of color. Makes a stylish and ethical Japanese-inspired gift for any age! Medium size is 39.4 x 13.8 inches, machine washable.