Temari: Lovely Summer Girl, Part 2
The Stained Blue Dress that Almost Lost a Presidency
Fusako Aizawa worked hard for most of her life. She lost her husband when her daughter was still in primary school, and as a single mother, her priorities were providing for her family. Then at the age of 60, when she finally had a little more leisure time, she decided to take up a hobby. She went along to a workshop to make Japanese craft balls called temari. And it was love at first sight. They were made with scraps of kimono silk wrapped in other fabrics, and were given to children to use as a toy. During the Edo period temari-making gradually became more of an art form.
Dress Up Temari
Warning: this article is full of spoilers. Read at your own risk or choose another article to read instead. So, we are back to talk about Naruto. The adventures of the holder of the Nine Tailed Fox Kurama and his ninja companions are apparently endless. As we mentioned before, one of the strong points of this story is human relationships.
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