IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji

IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji

IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji
Product Description? This beautiful scroll painting will enhance your space. Inscribed with the profound word , it’s in excellent condition and its dignified presence is truly captivating. “Muin”? Explanation of Inscribed Characters? Or “Muin” signifies the idea of not hiding the truth and presenting oneself as they truly are. It indicates the importance of living life honestly and expressing oneself without pretense. By displaying this scroll, your room will transform into an elegant space in an instant. The word will remind you of honesty and sincerity each time you see it, providing a fresh perspective in your daily life. Please note this explanation is translated into English by using an automatic translator. Please excuse us as you may find some unnatural expressions. 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.
IK707 Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo Kanji

IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
“Kanzasite syoufu wo kiku” is one of the Zen words and means sit quietly and listen to the sound of the wind blowing through the pine trees. This represents the teaching that one can attain enlightenment by abandoning worldly desires, calming one’s mind, and listening to the sounds of nature. Shofu is an important concept in the tea ceremony as well. In the tea room, guests first drink a cup of tea to calm their minds. And listening to the sound of the wind blowing through the pine trees in a quiet tea room calms the mind and leads to enlightenment. Kanzacho Shofu gives us important lessons even in modern society. We are busy with various things every day and our hearts are getting busy. At times like these, you can find peace of mind by remembering the teachings of Kanzacho Shofu, quieting your mind, and listening to the sounds of nature. Please note this explanation is translated into English by using an automatic translator. Please excuse us as you may find some unnatural expressions. 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!! — ePACKET(Standard) —? This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. SAL is not usable in some country? (Australia, Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Finland, Poland)? When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U.
IK650 Zen Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo
It says as follows. “Hotoke” This has the following meaning; I will provide you with the English translation of the explanation for the scroll with the single character? “: The scroll adorned with the single character “? Is a special item that expresses the beauty and profound meaning of Japanese Buddhist culture. This character represents the most revered entity in Buddhism, the “Buddha” (pronounced “Butsu” in Japanese). The Buddha is a fully enlightened being filled with wisdom and compassion, who taught the path to liberation from suffering. Symbolizes the very presence of the Buddha and embodies deep spirituality and inner peace. By displaying the scroll with? One can incorporate the teachings and spirit of Buddhism into their daily lives. Scrolls are commonly hung in homes, temples, and Zen rooms, serving as a focal point on altars or shrines. The elegant calligraphy and unique design of the scroll calm the mind through visual appreciation, providing spiritual tranquility. Scroll is a form of traditional Japanese fine art. Crafted with techniques from calligraphy and painting, these scrolls possess artistic value and create a captivating presence as an interior decoration. Hanging this scroll signifies living with the teachings and spirit of Buddhism in daily life. It prompts introspection, peaceful contemplation, and brings inner peace and harmony to individuals. The scroll with the character? Combines the teachings of Buddhism with aesthetics, making it a valuable item for those seeking spiritual stability and pursuing inner tranquility in their everyday lives and interior spaces. Please note this explanation is translated into English by using an automatic translator. Please excuse us as you may find some unnatural expressions. 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!! — ePACKET(Standard) —? This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. SAL is not usable in some country? (Australia, Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Finland, Poland)? When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U.
IK676 HOTOKE? Deciphered Japanese calligraphy scroll translation Kakejiku Shodo

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Ninja Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Original Shodo Painting

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Ninja Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Original Shodo Painting
Bujinkan Ninjutsu Ninja Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Original Shodo Painting

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Ninja Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Original Shodo Painting
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

Bujinkan Ninjutsu Ninja Soke Masaaki Hatsumi Original Shodo Painting

YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji

YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji

YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji
It says as follows. “Hon rai mu ichi motsu” This has the following meaning; All things are empty by nature, so there is nothing to be obsessed with. Please note this explanation is translated into English by using an automatic translator. Please excuse us as you may find some unnatural expressions. 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!! — ePACKET(Standard) —? This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. SAL is not usable in some country? (Australia, Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Finland, Poland)? When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yorozuya-jp” and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Roller ends: Resin
  • Age: Unknown
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Box: Wood Box
  • Size(cm): About 45cm (W) X 195cm (H)
  • Size(in): About 17.7in (W) X 76.8in (H)
  • Autographs & Seals: Unknown
  • Color: Mono Tone

YR21 ZEN Mu Calligraphy Buddhism Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Art Kanji

UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji

UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji

UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji
Hyakuju (100 Kotobuki with different typefaces) Auspicious work that wishes for longevity. The kanji “KOTOBUKI” is written in 100 different fonts, and I wrote it with all my heart so that I can live a healthy and long life. 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!! — ePACKET(Standard) —? This is a cheaper method than EMS and a faster method than SAL. But I don’t recommend SAL. SAL is not usable in some country? (Australia, Greenland, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Hungary, Finland, Poland)? When you request SAL, please contact me. Doing that is against U. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “yorozuya-jp” and is located in this country: JP. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings, Scrolls & Prints
  • Primary Material: Paper
  • Technique: Hand Painted
  • Color: Mono Tone
  • Roller ends: Resin
  • Box: No
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown
  • Age: 1975
  • Size(cm): About 59cm (W) X 200cm (H)
  • Size(in): About 23.2in (W) X 78.7in (H)
  • Autographs & Seals: Unknown

UK788 KOTOBUKI Calligraphy Kakejiku Hanging Scroll Japanese Shodo Kanji

Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting

Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting

Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting
Hanging scroll Korean summer folk painting Antique goods. We are happy to combine different items and send worldwide. And holiday are excluded. I receive the question with pleasure. To you in comfort, and want you to enjoy the product. We try to describe any items to the best ability and offer you the best values and an good quality. We specialize in Japanese tradition products, so please look at our other items and enjoy feeling Japanese culture! It is our pleasure to provide high-quality Japanese products to the world. We can provide all kinds of items. Please send a fun life by a Japanese goods! If I can be your further assistance, please do no hesitate to contact me. We hope you enjoy! We try our best to send it to you!! International Buyers – Please Note. These charges are the buyers responsibility. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as gifts – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. The item “Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting” is in sale since Saturday, February 6, 2021. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “bushido*omotenashi*bakuhu” and is located in Kanagawa. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Japan
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Region of Origin: Japan

Kakejiku Korean hanging scroll Shodo art Kanji Tapestry Summer folk painting

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677
JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677. He was born in Wakayama pref. He studied painting techniques under Sadahiro Mitani and Shonen Suzuki. He lived in Osaka. Size: 465 mm x 1660 mm. Material of the Main Artwork: Silk. Roller End Material: Bone. What Is the Kakejiku? The kakejiku is a Japanese hanging scroll; it is a work of painting or calligraphy, which is usually mounted with silk fabric edges on flexible backings. The kakejiku can be rolled for storage. When compared to the makimono, which is meant to be unrolled laterally on a flat surface, the kakejiku is intended to be hung against a wall as part of the interior decoration of a room. It is traditionally displayed in the tokonoma alcove of a room, which is especially designed to exhibit prized objects. It can also be displayed in the most important room of the house, where a tea ceremony, or other traditional activities are performed. The kakejiku is also often hung in martial arts rooms called doujou (training rooms). Near the kakejiku, there are often other objects (okimono), such as swords (katana), dolls, bonsai, or flower arrangements (ikebana). An essential aspect of the kakejiku is that it is not intended to be hung permanently; making it versatile in its placement. This means that it can be changed at frequent intervals. One of the pleasures of the kakejiku lies in selecting a suitable one, depending on occasions, guests, and seasons. In contrast to the byoubu (folding screen), shouhekiga (wall paintings), or tsuitate (screen), the kakejiku can be easily and quickly changed to match the season or occasion. In this newly developed architectural style, the Japanese-style room (called washitsu) became a room on whose floor tatami mats are laid, and it contains one special space that is called the tokonoma alcove. The most important feature of the tokonoma is the display of kakejiku. The tokonoma was regarded as a space which connects art and daily life; so landscapes, paintings of flowers and birds, portraits, and poetry became favorite themes. They liked chanoyu (tea ceremonies) very much. Tea ceremonies were usually performed in the room with the tokonoma alcove. A tokonoma architectural style was developed and established in this period. Accompanied with the development of tokonoma style, the techniques of painting and mounting were also developed, because the kakejiku was always displayed in the tokonoma. Moreover, when Sen no Rikyuu mentioned the importance of the kakejiku, the kakejiku became extremely popular among people who were fascinated with tea ceremonies. The peacefulness of the Edo period allowed Japanese culture to reach full maturity. Many famous painters flourished and competed with each other. The kakejiku also became popular among the public. After the Meiji period (1868-), many more painters competed with each other with their techniques, because people became absolutely free to choose their own occupations during this period. Before World War 2, and for a while after that war, most Japanese-style paintings were designed to be decorated on kakejiku. Significance of the Kakejiku: Why Is the Kakejiku Changed? Why is the kakejiku (hanging scroll) replaced? The spirit of the tea ceremony, a traditional Japanese art, affects this Japanese custom deeply. There is a heart of hospitality called omotenashi in a tea ceremony. When Japanese people think about the mood of a tea ceremony, they take a lot into consideration. More specifically, they think about the various techniques they could use to make the mood the best. The kakejiku is displayed to express respect for guests indirectly, and is considered the most important tool in a tea ceremony. Therefore, the kakejiku is replaced depending on the occasions or seasons. The omotenashi heart makes them change the kakejiku. As a result, people began to think that it was important to express the formality of the occasions to guests by displaying various kinds of kakejiku. Of course, many owners have their kakejiku for the purpose of enjoying themselves, and it is also part of fun to show their lovable kakejiku to their guests. There is a tokonoma alcove in a washitsu (traditional Japanese-style room), where a kakejiku (hanging scroll) is displayed. However there is very little furniture inside the room other than the kakejiku. The Japanese people dont have a custom of hanging many paintings on the walls inside the room; they usually display a kakejiku only in the tokonoma, and replace it by another depending on the occasions, guests, and seasons. It is said that this style of display contrasts with the Western style. Many paintings are often displayed on the walls of Western buildings, such as old European buildings or palaces. For example, if there are 100 paintings, it would be the Western style to display all 100 paintings on the walls. However, the Japanese people put all 100 paintings in a closet, and choose only one to display for a short term in its fixed place (tokonoma). Therefore, there is a clear difference in functions demanded from a painting between the West and Japan. In the West, painting needs a frame for durability because it is displayed for a long time. In Japan, however, a painting does not need so much protection because it is displayed only for a short time. Handiness and convenience are very important elements for a painting, because the Japanese people will change it frequently. It is also necessary not to take up the storage space. That is to say, the style, which satisfies the above conditions, is a kakejiku-style. The kakejiku is rolled up when putting it away, and is opened while displaying it. As a result, flexibility and strength are needed to endure the process of displaying and putting it away. Therefore, the honshi (main work) is reinforced by backing it with another piece of paper, and cloths are attached around the honshi, and they are combined. This is a rough mounting process for the kakejiku. If the kakejiku is rolled up, this style prevents the honshi from creasing, tearing, and getting dirty. Even if the honshi is damaged or becomes dirty, the lifetime of the honshi and its aesthetic value can be kept for several hundred years by remounting the kakejiku. The kakejiku is an ideal style; it enables the Japanese people to enjoy their paintings at their best. We can combine some items into 1 package. (SAL / Small Packet). 2 to 3 weeks. Please feel safe that we wrap the package very well to avoid breakage in transit. The item “JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677″ is in sale since Wednesday, September 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Paintings & Scrolls”. The seller is “japan_kakejiku_shop” and is located in Kobe city. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Paintings
  • Featured Refinements: Japanese Hanging Scroll
  • Region of Origin: Japan
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Primary Material: Paper & Fabric
  • Maker: Shodo Yukawa
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Color: Brown

JAPANESE HANGING SCROLL KAKEJIKU / Koi Fish Painting by Shodo Yukawa #677