Kakejitu or Kakemono is a painting or calligraphy on silk or on paper framed in roll and intended to be hung on the wall. It often decorates the Tokonoma, a small alcove with raised floor in tatami, with Ikebana (Japanese floral art).
KAKEJIKU Sho-Chiku-Bai-Tsuru-Kame(Hanging Scroll Pine-Bamboo-Plum-Crane-Turtle) "Sho-Chiku-Bai-Tsuru-Kame" means " Perpetual youth and longevity."It is a symbol of good luck, auspicious thing in Japan. Production : SHOWA Size Height : 187cm Width : 52.5cm Sold out
KAKEJIKU Shojyu Sennenno Midori calligraphy SATO BOKUDO KAKEJIKU (Hanging Scroll The pine tree is green for thousand years.)It continues to keep the beautiful green pine. Production : SHOWA Written by SATO Bokudo Size Height : 193cm Width : 36cm