Shodo (Japanese Calligraphy)

花嵐 Hana-arashi

Work No. 3 Hana-arashi

All images were scanned under room light. The colors of images may be slightly different from real ones.


About this art work

Meaning: .The word ''flowers '' often means cherry blossoms in Japan since ancient times. Cherry blossoms bloom in spring. Hana-arashi is strong seasonal wind that blows in the height of cherry blossoms. Or it means the pinkish petals of cherry blossoms blown by the wind like a snow storm. Japanese see it as a fragile beauty.

Top letter:花/ hana/flowers( cherry blossoms)
Bottom letter: 嵐/ arashi/ storm

Style of handwriting : The cursive style(sosho)

Size of this art work

Work (Washi: Japanese Paper)Size: 24.5cm,70cm
The paper is powder blue with gold leaf.
 This is backed with thin paper.( Only )You use your own frame to display this work, please.

Accessories: none
Packing size: Uncertain
Packing weight: Within 2KG (rough estimate)


JPY30,000 (plus sales tax)

This price includes packing and shipping charges within Japan.