Woodcut Kenji Takenaka "Hououdo/Phoenix Hall" / no.2645

by 竹笹堂


The formal name of this superb building is Amida-do Hall.The most noteworthy feature is that the hall stands on a central island on a large pond which looks as if it is an elegant palace on the pond in the Buddhist Pure Land. Seen from the front, the hall looked like a bird spreading its wings wide and there was a pair of phoenixes on the roof top, so people started to call the hall "Phoenix Hall" around the beginning of the Edo period (17th century).
It is painted like pop art.


| Author |
Woodcut artist Kenji Takenaka

| Materials |
With Japanese paper

| Actual size |
Picture: width 15.5 cm, height 10 cm
Paper: width 19 cm, height 13.5 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 |
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