A netsuke is a finely carved miniature sculpture, which ranges from around two to ten centimeters in height. Netsuke were mainly made in Japan between the 1700s and 1800s. They were used in Japan as a form of toggle, to fix objects to a belt. There are many shapes of netsuke, from button shaped pieces to groups of figures, miniature masks and tiny animals.
there are seven different ways in which they can go wrong. This is the reason why we include the manufacturers size guide in our bra descriptions. We even sell measuring tapes with free postage, so you can get the right size in a comfortable fit.