Noshi

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Traditional Japanese noshi

Noshi (熨斗?) are a kind of ceremonial origami fold entirely distinct from "origami-tsuki". They are not certificates, but are attached to gifts to express "good wishes". Noshi consists of white paper folded with a strip of dried abalone or meat, considered a token of good fortune.[1]

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  1. ^ "ご希望の方は… | 熨斗(のし)とは…". Toregoro (in Japanese). Retrieved 3 December 2016. 

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