In 1892, Japanese company Tamanohada started out making a simple, round ball of everyday soap. Today, they’re still at it, still using the traditional methods they’ve honed over the last 129 years, and still making that soap that got them started all those years ago. Alongside their legacy offerings, they also make this oversized bar of soap shaped like a fish. Pressed in a traditional kashigata wooden mold, it takes the form of the Tai fish, a snapper native to the western Pacific Ocean that represents good luck and great prosperity in Japanese culture. Perfect for your own shower or guest bathroom, it also makes a great gift for loved ones.