Japanese Keychains

Japanese Keychains

Charms designs:

Padoga shaker


Padoga shaker keychain

The pagoda's original purpose was to house relics and sacred writings. This purpose was popularized due to the efforts of Buddhist missionaries, pilgrims, rulers, and ordinary devotees to seek out, distribute, and extol Buddhist relics.

Lantern shaker keychain

Chochin are used to decorate shrines, temples and businesses. They are particularly associated with traditional drinking spots such as izakaya that usually have a red chochin out front with the name of the business written in shoji calligraphy.


Daruma is a traditional Japanese doll, which in Japan has become a symbol of perseverance and luck.

Kitsune fox charm

Inari's kitsune are white, a color of a good omen. They possess the power to ward off evil, and they sometimes serve as guardian spirits.

Wind chime Furin

A Japanese wind chime, known as a furin (風鈴, literally “wind bell”) in Japanese, is a small bell usually found hanging from the balconies and porches of Japanese houses in summer.

Tori gate

A torii is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the mundane to the sacred.

Material:ResinHandmadeSize Varies to different designThese keychains are the perfect accessory and gift to yourself and your loved ones.*Product color may slightly vary due to lighting.