Sitting Alone

Japanese: Dokuza Daiyûhô
Translation: I am sitting alone in Daïyûhô
Brief explanation : One priest asked the master of Zen.
The priest : "Please show me the holiest harvest when we believe in Zen." The master : "Now I am sitting alone in Daiyûhô." That is to say, whenever, wherever, whatever you do, to live with the earnest belief which is not to be disturbed by anything important. Now, he is sitting alone in limitless time and space. He can become conscious of this belief and be very happy.



  Sitting Alone - Shikishi

Sitting Alone - 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

  Sitting Alone - Shikishi & Case

Sitting Alone - 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...

  Sitting Alone - Shikishi & Hanger

Sitting Alone - 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...

  Sitting Alone - Small Scroll

Sitting Alone - 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...

  Sitting Alone - Long Scroll

Sitting Alone - 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 -...

  Sitting Alone - Sakura Frame

Sitting Alone - 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...

  Sitting Alone - Mikado Frame

Sitting Alone - 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...

  Sitting Alone - Paper

Sitting Alone - 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...