Woodblock print Kenji Takenaka "Hoko no Wheel" / no.2121

by 竹笹堂


The Gion Festival drawn by woodblock print artist Kenji Takenaka

A work that boldly deforms the large wheels that support the halberd.
The floats are described as "moving art museums" as they gracefully parade along Miyakooji. The structure is also beautiful down to the smallest detail, and is filled with craftsmanship and deep wisdom that are common to traditional architecture.

| Author |
Woodcut artist Kenji Takenaka

| Materials |
Japanese paper, aluminum frame (black), acrylic frame: (aluminum / surface: acrylic) or (wood / surface: acrylic)

| Actual size |
Picture: width 17 cm, height 12 cm
Paper: width 19 cm, height 13 cm

frame (if available)
Aluminum (black): width 22 cm, height 27.5 cm

Wooden (natural): width 19 cm, height 13 cm

| Package |
Without frame: OPP bag With frame: Cardboard

| Care instructions for long-term use |
Do not expose it to direct sunlight or strong light.

| Handling Precautions |
*Please note that the color may fade due to friction, sweat or rain.

| Others |

| About delivery date |
If in stock: We will respond on the same day.

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