Gensei style Fukakusa fan / no.1224

by 小丸屋住井


Around the Kanbun era (1660), Gensei-style Fukakusa fan was invented by Genmasa, who had a hermitage at Zuiko-ji Temple, and began to make it in a Natsume shape.
It is said that Gensei Shonin wrote a poem on this fan, and it became a popular souvenir from Kyoto.
While there is nothing left in perfect form, a person living in Tokyo who came to visit Zuikoji has protected it as a family heirloom for generations, leading to its restoration.

*This product does not come with a fan stand.

| Materials |
Madake, Japanese paper, etc.

| Actual size |
Komaruya type length about 27cm width 21cm length about 41.2cm

| Package |
paper box

| Cleaning method and handling precautions |
When storing, dust off the product and put it in a box, and avoid storing it in a hot and humid place as much as possible.

| About delivery date |
In Stock: Ships within 7 days.

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-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.

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