Kakejiku are the traditional scrolls usually hanging on the walls of Japanese rooms, as interior decoration.
These scrolls (also called Kakemono or Tatemono) were introduced in Japan as religious items in the Heian Era.
Kakejiku are always made of fabric, using different techniques and styles. On the fabric base are applied fabric as silk or paper with drawings, landscapes and calligraphy. At the base there is a rod, made of wood, ceramic or other materials.
There are two basic styles and models, the Sandan Hyousou and the Maru Hyousou, and the main difference is about the proportion of the top and the bottom of the scroll and the fabric frame. The choice of the model is related to the subject and size of the painting but sometimes the same painting can be mounted in both styles.
The place where Kakejiku is usually hanged is the Tokonoma (as showed in the picture is an alcove, a built-in recessed space in the japanese room) or in the most important rooms of the house where celebrate the tea ceremony (Chanoyu or Sado) or other traditional activities.Kakejiku are often hanged also in martial arts Dojo (training room). Near the Kaekjiku there are often other objects (Okimono) as swords (Katana), dolls, Bonsai or flower arrangements (Ikebana).
In Japan we use to change the Kakejiku according to the four seasons or for different events, parties and celebrations or to welcome an important guest. Actually not every house has a Tokonoma so in Japan as in the West Kakejiku are often hanged to the normal wall of the house, in the office or in the reception rooms.
The Kakejiku in these pages are all handmade by Japanese artists in the traditional way. Some Kakejiku are reproductions of famous and ancient paintings, some are original works by contemporary artists.
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|Fuuchin - weights for hanging scrolls||829||￥3000||Add a fuuchin set to your Kakejiku order!||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Akafuji||466||￥55000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Akafuji Hishou||469||￥69000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Daruma Fudoushin||474||￥140000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Fuku||465||￥55000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Hinadan Kazari||460||￥45000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Hokusai||458||￥30000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Ichi Go Ichi E||467||￥59300||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Kabuto||470||￥72000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Kabuto Dankazari||463||￥49500||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Meoto Noborigoi||468||￥66000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Miyamoto Musashi||456||￥35000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Miyamoto Musashi (2)||457||￥33000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Ohinasama||461||￥45000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Ougon Ryuuou no Zu||471||￥73500||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Saishiki Sansui||464||￥53500||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Shiki Souka||459||￥41000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Shouju Sennen no Midori||473||￥84000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Souryuu no Zu||472||￥84000||Kakejiku||Product Details|
|Kakejiku Tanoshii Hinamatsuri||462||￥49500||Kakejiku||Product Details|
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