Shodo (Japanese Calligraphy)

一粒の砂に世界を見る Hitostubuno sunani sekaiwo miru

Work No.30 Hitostubuno sunani sekaiwo miru

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



About this art work

Meaning: To see a world in a grain of sand: William Brake, "Auguries of Innocence"
Letter/ Reading: 一/ hito/ one, 粒 / tsubu/ grain, の/ no,  砂/ suna/ sand, に / ni,
 世/ se, 界 / kai, (世界/ world), を/ wo, 見/ mi, る/ru
Style of handwriting : The cursive script (sosho) , semi-cursive script (gyosho) and hiragana
William Brake, "Auguries of Innocence"
To see a world in a Grain of Sand
And a heaven in a wild Flower
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand
And Eternity in an hour

Size of this art work

Work (Washi: Japanese Paper) size: 46cm*23cm,
Packing size: uncertain
Packing weight: Within 3KG (rough estimate)
The product is only the work put on the sheet(thin plate). The work is written on the white paper part. Cost of good sold does not include the frame.


JPY 45,000 (plus sales tax)

This price includes packing and shipping charges within Japan.