I found the Teru teru bozu at my balcony that Momo made wishing for a fine day. It has been raining or cloudy these days.
I searced on the net for some better photos of teru teru bozu and found one in black and white that made me nostalgic.
I used to hang it the day before the school trip as a child.
‘teru’/照る means sunny or bright in Japanese. Bozu means a shaveling. Bozu has several meanings. I think it’s a shaven headed boy in this case. The Wikipedia explaines this bozu as a buddhist priest, though. Anyway, teru teru bozues are hung beneath the canopy to bring people the bright sunny day!