In Japan a chef will be expected to train for three of more years to be able to prepare Fugu for consumption in a restaurant, Fugu is often served as Sashimi or chirinabe (A one pot dish where raw ingredients are cooked at the table in a broth)
This brooch is available in two styles, the Fugu on the left is holding a Fuguhiki (a knife originally designed for cutting Fugu into thin slices) and wearing a rope hachimaki, the one on the right is without accessories.
GoryDorky is designed and made in the United Kingdom By Rob
Brooches don’t like to be put through the wash. In fact, keep them away from water.
The acrylic pieces can over time get scratches on the surface. If stored correctly, this will not be a problem. Keep them out of direct sunlight and indoor lighting.