Kakejiku : Tapestry 54.5x185cm(21.5x72.8in) A8311 Takasago by Shoudou
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.