Shu-Ha-Ri

OBEY-BREAK-LEAVE
Brief explanation : In a martial arts context, “shu” is often translated as either "obeying your teacher" or "imitation [of your teacher]." “Ha” means "break." Break what? Break (from) what? Martial arts practitioners have described “Ha” as everything from "breaking with tradition," (i.e. founding your own style) to, maybe worse, "breaking with your teacher." Others have interpreted it as "breaking down techniques" in order to understand them better. “Ri” means “leave” your teacher and advance to your own way, and find your own style.



  Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi

Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi

"Shikishi" is a typical Japanese cardboard for a calligraphy or a painting which is bordered by thin gold paper. Size : 9"1/2 x 10" 3/4 - 24cm x 27cm

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi & Case

Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi & Case

"Shikishi" is a typical Japanese cardboard for a calligraphy or a painting which is edged with a thin golden trim. Size : 9"1/2 x 10" 3/4 - 24cm x...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi & Hanger

Shu-Ha-Ri - Shikishi & Hanger

"Shikishi" is a typical Japanese cardboard for a calligraphy or a painting which is edged with a thin golden trim. Size : 9"1/2 x 10" 3/4 - 24cm x...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Small Scroll

Shu-Ha-Ri - Small Scroll

This small scroll can be hanged directly on the wall with a string. The silk paper is very beautiful. Size: * outside dimensions : 16”1/2 x...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Long Scroll

Shu-Ha-Ri - Long Scroll

This long scroll can be hanged directly on the wall with a string. The silk paper is very beautiful. Size: * outside dimensions : 18” x 62”1/2 -...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Sakura Frame

Shu-Ha-Ri - Sakura Frame

"Sakura" is a black woody frame with Plexiglas (no glass is used in our frames for obvious shipping security issues). For an additional japanese...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Mikado Frame

Shu-Ha-Ri - Mikado Frame

"Mikado" is a black woody frame with Plexiglas (no glass is used in our frames for obvious shipping security issues). For an additional Japanese...

  Shu-Ha-Ri - Paper

Shu-Ha-Ri - Paper

This is a sheet of aquarelle white paper, relatively thick, so there is no need to back the paper with a stronger support. The paper is ready to be...