Woodcut "Minazuki" / Yuko Harada
In June, you will see “Minazuki” mochi sweets at Japanese confectionery shops. In Kyoto, it is customary to pray for good health and eat on the day of Nagoshi no Harae. The two-tone color of adzuki beans and rice cakes in a triangular shape makes it look like a mysterious geometric pattern when lined up.
Woodblock prints hand-printed one by one by craftsmen
The woodblock printing process of drawing, carving, and printing with a baren is all done by hand, so you can feel a nostalgic warmth in the colors and textures.
The paint is firmly rubbed into Japanese paper, so the color does not fade even when touched, and the book cover has a moderate thickness and is comfortable to hold.
Uses Japanese paper suitable for woodblock printing, with a smooth surface, good coloring and durability.
| Specifications |
2 color printing
| Material |
| Size |
size to fit A6 ( height about 15 cm x width about 22.5 cm)
| Package |
OPP bag included
| Others |
*Please note that the color may fade due to friction, sweat, or water leakage due to rain.
* The color of the product may differ from the posted image and the actual product depending on the lighting conditions.
| About delivery date |
If in stock: Same day delivery
Please check before ordering
-About colors and images-
We strive to reproduce the real thing as much as possible, but there may be slight differences in color tone depending on your monitor.
-Cancellation, returns and exchanges-
If you receive a product that is different from what you ordered, or if the product is damaged, we will accept a return or exchange if you contact us within 7 days. We cannot accept returns or exchanges for any other reason.
When the product arrives, please check the product first.