White

Japanese : Hakuba roka ni iru
Translation : White horse enters in the reed.
Brief explanation : The reed has little white flowers. In the place where the white flowers of reed bloom all over, a white horse makes his way into "White & white". It is not possible to distinguish 2 of the same things. This is an absolute state, all in white. When you devote yourself to do something, you can see a philosophical principle. And this state must be very wonderful like the white horse & the white reed.



  White - Shikishi

White - 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

  White - Shikishi & Case

White - 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...

  White - Shikishi & Hanger

White - 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...

  White - Small Scroll

White - 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...

  White - Long Scroll

White - 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 -...

  White - Sakura Frame

White - 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...

  White - Mikado Frame

White - 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...

  White - Paper

White - 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...