Hokusai-kan Limited: Fine Wind, Clear Morning Furoshiki Silky touch Wrapping Cloth 70.0 cm x 68.0 cm

$47

Description

Furoshiki is scarf-like square cloth used for wrapping and carrying things. It can be folded up and easily carried when not in use.


furoshiki to carry things or to store important things such as gift



The history of Furoshiki (風呂=Bath敷=spread) goes back to 8th century, Nara Period.At the time Furoshiki was already used for wrapping treasure in shosoin(正倉院) and was called "Tsutsumi"(包)(To wrap) and used to wrap precious things. In Heihan Period (794 to 1185), people used it mainly to wrap garments.


furoshiki to carry things or to store important things such as gift

furoshiki to carry things or to store important things such as gift



From  Nanboku cho period (1336 to 1392) , people started to use Furoshiki to go to public bath and use it so that they recognized their clothes without mistake after enjoying bath. This is why Furoshiki is named so.

You can enjoy wrapping things, to carry things, to decorate things, to store precious garments, many more purpose.

or, as scarf, hair accessory or, as reusable grocery bag for daily use. This is not only beautiful but also eco friendly item.     
You can enjoy silky, smooth and soft touch material.


furoshiki to carry things or to store important things such as gift

furoshiki to carry things or to store important things such as gift

furoshiki

furoshiki



picture:
Fine Wind, Clear Morning

HO-003a
On Furoshiki,  picture of
Fine Wind, Clear Morning by Hokusai is printed.


冨嶽三十六景 凱風快晴 South Wind, Clear Sky (Gaifū kaisei), also known as Red Fuji, from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei)

冨嶽三十六景 凱風快晴
South Wind, Clear Sky (Gaifū kaisei), also known as Red Fuji, from the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku sanjūrokkei)


Without doubt, Fine Wind, Clear Morning is Hokusai's one of the masterpiece. His works amazed the people of the European Impressionists.

Period: Edo period (1615–1868)

Date: ca. 1830–32

Culture: Japan

Medium: Polychrome woodblock print; ink and color on paper

Dimensions: Oban 10 x 14 7/8 in. (25.4 x 37.8 cm)

Classification: Prints

Credit Line: Henry L. Phillips Collection, Bequest of Henry L. Phillips, 1939

      

PRODUCED BY Hokusaikan (Hokusai Museum) Nagano Japan and available at Hokusaikan (Hokusai Museum) Only.

Material Rayon
size 70.0 cm x 68.0 cm

Price  5,000JPY                   

                   

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