IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture

IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture

IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture
The country name “Japan”actually means “sun origin” and it is the source of the Western epithet “Land of the Rising Sun”. As these names themselves suggest the sun and it’s culture and blief are deeply connected, and the only god who create the universe and land in Japanese mythology is also “the goddess of the sun”[Amaterasu-omikami]. By these it is common to have a belief in sun and it is a poplular motif for KAKEJIKU as well. Displaying the sunrise KAKEJIKU means wishing for family luck and prosperity and the ocean in this picuture represent the world itself. People traditionally display sunrise KAKEJIKU at new year celebrations. The Japanese Hanging Scroll- and how to enjoy them? KAKEJIKU is traditionally displayed in TOKONOMA(an alcove in traditional Japanese room). They maily display for their guests and for carrying out the seasonal events. So why don’t you have a few and try changing them depends on the guests, seasons and even for your feelings! Modern Japanese houses even don’t have a TOKONOMA, so less and less people are displaying them these days. It is a shame that people forget about KAKEJIKU. However it is more important to actually display, respect and enjoy in your own ways rather than following all the traditional ways. You can enjoy freely and display in just like any ways!! This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U.
IK619 Crane Sunrise Raging wave Hanging Scroll Japanese painting antique Picture