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Bansiloo:Black Giclée prints

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[Banshiru pattern:by Eriko Naka]
Bansiloo is an Okinawan word for guava. Widely native to Okinawa, it is synonymous with summer fruits.

Illuminated by the refreshing sun of young summer, Bansiloo seems to be talking secretly in preparation for the summer when the fruits of the manmaru peeking in the shade of a tree are ripe.
In Okinawa, many people plant Bansiloo trees in the garden, the leaves are dried and decocted as tea and loved as a folk medicine, and the fruits are just left in the room and the scent of the fruit spreads throughout the room. That The refreshing scent is one of the scents of Okinawa.

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