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Mizuchi

It was a sturdy dark red and white sailboat, and its name was Mizuchi, the sea god of the Japanese mythology. It was created to sail the seas defeating dreadful adversities. However, on the day it was supposed to begin its adventures its Capitan was imprisoned. Mizuchi remained ashore alone for many years. Nobody claimed him. His sails were never set. Almost half a century later, Mizuchi was sunk near the coast to be part of an artificial underwater park for scuba divers. He became a ghost ship, but how can one be a ghost if you´ve never been alive? The time passed and an immaculate coral reef grew on him. Electric blue, neon green, and fire red shone on its new coat. Giant clams, colourful fish, and anemones multiplied around him. He was a centre of bursting marvellous life. Finally, Mizuchi realized, this was the big adventure it was meant for.

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  • semi-precious gemstone: coral
  • neon yellow thread with small knots in between the beads
  • 46cm long
  • stainless steel clasp
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