Beloved Person Japanese Koi Enamel Pin
Treat yourself or make someone else smile today.
This enamel pin says Daisukina Hito in Japanese which translates as beloved person in English. Featuring two Koi swimming in perfect harmony together.
A wonderful way to let someone know they are very much loved, whilst promoting the importance of harmony and balance in our lives.
Our range of enamel pins with uplifting motto's and idioms now feature three new Japanese pins with some important themes as relevant today as ever.
A little pick me up gift, a birthday present, or just to treat someone, maybe yourself to a cool new pin badge that is pretty damn unique and will definitely add something different to your collection.
These hard enamel pins come with a backing card that provides the Japanese, the English translation and the theme that we have assigned to each pin.
Once they belong to you and you're wearing them they mean whatever they mean to you and that's really kinda the point.
Whether you're into Japanese culture, love Buddist Zen proverbs or are just mad about pin badges.
- Hard Enamel Pin
- Size: 2.5cm diameter
- Unique design
The themes for the three designs are:
Balance - Two Koi swimming in perfect harmony accentuates the message ‘Beloved Person’ in Japanese. A wonderful way to let someone know they are very much loved, whilst promoting the importance of harmony and balance in our lives.
Transience - To remind us of the fleeting nature of each moment we have paired Cherry Blossom with the Japanese idiom meaning ‘One Life, One Encounter’ which encourages us to cherish each unique moment.
Resilience - Perhaps the most dramatic of all is the Great Wave, brilliantly embodying the Japanese motto ‘Fall Seven Times, Stand Up Eight’ which, with elegant simplicity conveys the importance of never giving up.