Clear Case Cover for Mount Fuji Statues
Net Weight: 300g
Materials: Material: Acrylic
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Clear Protective Case Details
The clear case is 225 x 200 x 102 millimeters (W x D x H), and weighs a total of 300 grams. The materials made to create it is acrylic, which is the world’s oldest synthetic elements.
The material is often used for different applications in various industries. It is a kind of synthetic polymer that is versatile with unique advantages. One advantage is that it can take the place of glass while being more durable. It weighs about 50% lighter than the previous.
Whether the material extrudes forms or fabricated in cast, acrylic is cheaper. And aside from this, it is ten times more resistant compared to glass.
Maintenance and Cleaning
There are a couple of rules on acrylic cleaning and care, but all in all, it’s very easy to maintain. When cleaning the clear protective case, use a wet microfiber cloth to remove dirt and stains.
It is also vital to ensure that grit and particles are fully removed from the cleaning cloth. Accidental rubbing of tough particles or dirt can cause scratches to the case.
The clear protective case can be of use for the Mount Fuji – The Tallest Peak of Japan (Limited Edition 7). It also works for the Spiritual Peak Mount Fuji Limited Edition 6 model.
It is possible to use this protective case to safeguard other replicas of Mount Fuji. This product is specifically designed and made for other replicas sold by Kensin©.
Since their establishment, Kensin© have aimed to achieve the beauty of Japanese formative arts. They focus on the Sengoku period where rapid change and development in Japan occurred. For its entirety, it was a period of change, specifically on the later half of the Sengoku.
Mount Fuji – A Sacred Site of Japan
Mount Fuji is one of the most popular tourist spots in Japan. This is for both the locals and foreign tourists alike. Yearly, over 200,000 people climb the summit, especially during warm, summer months.
Aside from being a tourist spot, it is also a sacred site for those who practice Shinto. This has occurred since the 7th century.
Shinto is an indigenous spirituality or faith of Japan. With that, there are a lot of shrines surrounding the base and ascent of the mountain. These shrines honor Kami, a God and supernatural deity of the Shinto faith. The God of Mount Fuji is Konoha Sakuya that takes the symbol of the cherry blossoms.
Konoha Sakuya has a whole collection of shrines called the Segen. The primary shrine is found at the summit and base of Mount Fuji. In total, there are over a thousand shrines across Japan.