Work No.8 Edo
All images were scanned under room light. The colors of images may be slightly different from real ones.
About this art work
Meaning: The Edo period is the 260-year span following Tokugawa Ieyasu's defeat of the Toyotomi Family and the establishment of a bakufu government in Edo (now Tokyo) in 1603.
Top letter:江/ e/
Bottom letter: 戸/to/
Style of handwriting : The semi-cursive style (gyosho)
Size of this art work
Work (Washi: Japanese Paper, shikishi) size: 24cm*32.5cm
Hanging scroll (kakejiku, Paper, Vinyl) size: 34cm*86cm
This art work is simply inserted into a hanging scroll. You can easily remove the work from the scroll by yourself and use your own frame, etc.
Accessories: Paper box
Packing size: uncertain
Packing weight: Within 2KG (rough estimate)
JPY 15,000(plus sales tax)
This price includes packing and shipping charges within Japan.