Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido "Kambara"

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"Kanbara", one of the 55 paintings in Hiroshige Utagawa's "Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido": Three people walk cautiously along a sparsely populated highway at night in the sound of a deep, falling snow. The night scene of the cold village is drawn. The woodblock-like colors are beautiful, making it a favorite among foreigners.

Design: Landscape, Ukiyo-e
Size (Length): 27.5cm (Width when unfolded: 45cm)
Item number: SF0098

Characteristics of paper fans
・Three sheets of paper are laminated together, and fan ribs are inserted into the paper to create strength and durability.
・Because the bone is not exposed, it can be used on both the front and back. Some of them are hand-painted by the artist, so you can enjoy them as art.
・Since the air does not escape when you look up, the air volume is large and you can feel cool.
・Incense is attached to the tip of the core, and the faint Japanese scent is also one of its charms. (The scent will fade over time.)