REVIEW: SASURAIBITO TAROT 1ST EDITION
Updated: Apr 1
Unboxing, First Impressions & Review
I'm easily sold with indie decks like this - who doesn't love gold gilded edges? I think by now you guys know that I am such a supporter of indie deck creators and though shipping maybe a pain, they are always worth it.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK I love Stasia Burrington's artwork and the Asian feel in this deck. The deck is a combination of the western and eastern aspects where it is loosely based on RWS merged with Japanese and Buddhist ideals.
2. CARD STOCK
The cards measure 2.75''×4.75'' (70mm×120mm) on 330gsm (super smooth) glossy card stock that is silky in your hands with a sturdy lidded box featuring the card back design.
I love reading notes like this - I feel special!
It comes with a 63-page guidebook, with brief notes on the meanings and symbolism of the cards.
That golden edges!
I bought this on her Etsy store.
Took almost 2 months before I was able to get it plus a local tax of ₱112.00.
WHAT I HATE:
Sasuraibito (sometimes fondly called as the 'sassy burrito' by the Tarot Community) is a Japanese word roughly translating to 'wanderer'. Stasia and her marvelous deck's main purpose is to aid you in your journey and adventures as you seek more knowledge and get deeper into the divine. It is an incredible entrancing deck!
That concludes my review of Sasuraibito Tarot.
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