Kakejiku : Tapestry 54.5x185cm(21.5x72.8in) A7036 Takasago by Ryoukei Sekiya
Polyester and Lining Paper
In legend, an elderly couple, who are believed to be incarnation of two gods, appeared under paired pine trees in a shrimp called "Takasago".
They taught people how to remain together for eternity with their partners. After that, Takasago represents harmony between couples for having a happy life and unbreakable love.
polyester and Lining paper
Jikusaki : Wood.
(Storage) paulownia box
[Precautions for use] *Do not use near fire. No fires. *If it gets wet with water it may break back lining paper on the back side. Please be careful. *There is a case that supple natural suppleness will disappear if it is hung long time. *When tying off the hanging axis in a hardened state, winding tightly leads to making a broken line in this paper. *When the number of years elapses, breakage may be broken. *Because of moisture it causes spots and wormholes. Please take out once a year. *Please change hanging scroll once every 2 - 3 months, on a dry day with fine weather.