Hasedera Bow Tie
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During a photoshoot in Kamakura Japan we came across a beautiful Buddhist temple from the 14th century called Hasedera. This place is a horticulturists paradise with stunning gardens all over the grounds of the temple. We were especially impressed by the fabulous red paper lantern hanging at the entrance to the temple called a Chochin. After seeing the lantern we knew immediately that this bow tie would be named after the Hasedera temple. The glow from this enormous lantern must have been an impressive sight 700 years ago! Brighten up your wardrobe with this colorful woven bow tie called Hasedera.