Azumi select a special piece of art everyt month. This month is "Cloisonne vase" from Meiji period at the dawn of the 20th century. The finest Japanese craftsman ship and its artistic influence on the Japonisme and Art Nouveau can be seen.
BYOBU | The Tale of the Heike - the battles that changed the history of Japan
"Samurai in Art". A masterpiece from the 17th-century Japanese folding screens, Byobu with the battle scenes from the Tale of the Heike, the legendary battle that gave birth to the Samurai culture and 600 years of Shogunate.
SHIN-HANGA | Japanese Prints | Life of Maiko by Hasegawa Sadanobu III
Japanese Prints by Sadanobu Hasegawa III. Serene beauty of young Maiko practising and enjoying the performing arts.
UKIYOE | Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) - Original dyptich print by
Original dyptich print by Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (1786 - 1864). Available for sale
UKIYOE | Chikanobu Toyohara  | Chiyoda no on-omote | Unique Triptych Print
Chiyoda no on omote by Chikanobu Toyohara. A unique woodblock print, 19th century, made up of three individual ukiyo-e prints Available for sale
Sunday Open House March 2020. Japanese Salo goes virtual!
OPEN HOUSE - Japanese Art & Inner peace in Bussum
OPEN HOUSE - Japanese Art & Antiques in Bussum
Japanese Antique Tea Cabinet from ca 1930 Kayaki wood, lacquer paint on the frame of the little window. width: 75cm, hight: 105.50 cm, depth: 28,5cm Price : contact The Art Nouveau artists such as Emile Galle got inspired from the Japanese arts and furniture. Japanese tea cabinet was one of them which brought inspiration to European artists. This cabinet is from Shyowa period and it is more functional and practical than the original tea cabinet designed for only tea ceremony. This is...
Kimono Art - Fly High
This month's pick is Art of Kimono, with the symbol of eagle - strength, braveness and power. Such beautiful craftsmanship of embroidery is rarely seen these days.

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"My aim is to bring peace to our everyday life with Art of Japan,

with a touch of love and light." - Azumi