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Dragonfly in Hiragana Letter Pendant

Designed with beautiful, curvy Japanese letters, this dragonfly pendant is shaped with the word とんぼ ([tom-bo], meaning dragonfly).

The unique design of this pendant, which I call "word picture," is a conversation starter and a beautiful way to show your love for Japanese culture.


In Japanese culture, the dragonfly is a symbol of courage, strength, and happiness. Dragonflies were believed to bring good luck in battle, and today they represent prosperity, harmony, and purity.

They are also popular subjects in the Art Nouveau movement.

Dragonflies can be seen as omens, and if a dragonfly lands on you, it is considered to be good luck. With this pendant, good luck may visit you!


Wear this dragonfly pendant as a reminder of the beauty and symbolism found in nature and Japanese culture. It also makes a great gift for anyone who loves dragonflies, Japan, or unique jewelry.


Matching earring is here



Top: silver, Others: brass (both gold plated or rhodium plated)
15.7 inch long
Top approx. 0.94 x 0.82 inch


Handmade! each one has its own singularities.

I cut each one of the shapes out of silver sheet and finish and shape each by hand. 

Delivered set with postcard, it'll be also a great gift for your precious one!
*the 7th picture is a sample of gift wrapping.


Made to order, it takes 4-6 weeks to complete your order.

*Silver color is in stock, it will be sent out within 3 days.


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DRAGONFLY in Hiragana pendant

Only 1 left in stock
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  • Free shipping to US.

    All of my jewelry is created by hand, placed in a plastic resealable bag, as item is wrapped in cotton pad and then shipped in a bubble wrapped envelope for protection with regular USPS mail.

    Satokomatsu doesn't accept returns. If there is damage to the piece upon arrival, please contact us right away and we will coordinate shipping a new ppiece out and return of the damaged item.

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