A hand towel designed by Bijutsusho Publishing Geishado based on the Edo period painter Ito Jakuchu's printed print "Genpo Yoka".
*Ito Jakuchu (1716-1800) was a modern Japanese painter who was active in Kyoto during the mid-Edo period.
*The original paintings "Genpo Youka" and "Sokencho" were printed prints by Jakuchu when he was 53 years old. Familiar flower insects are drawn.
| Materials |
| Actual size |
Approximately 33cm in width X approximately 90cm in height
| Package |
| Cleaning method and handling precautions |
Colors may fade, so please wash separately from white and light colored items.
For fraying on both ends, please cut the long frayed part and wash it several times ( 2 to 3 times).
| About delivery date |
If in stock: Ships within 7 days
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.