Hitotsume-kozō is a mythical creature in Japanese folklore. Literally translating to "one-eyed child monk," it is depicted as a small, childlike being with a single eye located in the center of its forehead. Hitotsume-kozō is said to be mischievous and playful, often pulling pranks on humans or causing trouble. Despite its mischievous nature, it is not generally considered malevolent. Instead, it is seen as a trickster figure similar to other yokai (supernatural creatures) in Japanese mythology. Hitotsume-kozō is commonly portrayed in various forms of Japanese art, literature, and popular culture.
White parts glow in the dark by luminous threads.
Material Embroidery thread: 100% Rayon, Glue Sheet: 100% Nylon Made in Kyoto, Japan
This patch Stick-on and Iron-on too.
The patches can be ironed on cotton and polyester materials. Use a damp cloth under the iron when ironing, and be extra careful if you are ironing on heat-sensitive materials. Machine-stitching is recommended to enhance strength.
Commercial use of this product is strictly prohibited.