Every Hatsumi shodo is a valuable artwork. Hatsumi loved to present his students as an appreciation for their being there to train with him. Now, as he is permanently retired, he is no longer giving shodo to students (as far as I know). That means, lucky are the ones who had the chance. Being in Japan several times during my lifetime training in the Bujinkan, I was fortunate to attend a lot of Soke’s classes and in most of them I was honored to get a shodo painting made by him. However, time has passed and my own time to retire from martial arts has come as well. Unfortunately, at this moment I have no heir to pass on all the shodo I’ve collected through my trips to Japan. Therefore, I think the best decision for me is to find a way to have them go to the hands of a Bujinkan member who never had the chance to be with Soke or maybe the hands of a serious collector who will know how to take good care of these amazing artworks. I really hope you’re that person. This particular one is a shodo of the kanji KI (joy). Size: 21 x 29.7cm (8.27 x 11.69 in). This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “reinaldofjnr” and is located in this country: BR. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Primary Material: Paper
- Region of Origin: Japan