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"Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan) Camellia, late century Netsuke, Ivory with light staining, sumi" Amazing carving of a camellia flower Art Japonais, Bone Carving, Japan Art, Ivoire, Nihon, Japanese Culture, Art Decor, Miniatures, Pottery

Camellia

Camellia, Kyokusai Tsukamoto (Japan, active 1868-1926), Japan, late 19th-early 20th century, Costumes, Ivory with light staining, sumi.

こいのぼり Koinobori (Streaming Carp Flag), Children's Day (Kodomonohi), May Japan Japanese Culture, Japanese Art, Carpe Coi, Look Kimono, Hong Ki, All About Japan, Blowin' In The Wind, Go Fly A Kite, Art Rooms

20080325 Carps 3 (こいのぼり)

@Kariya, Aichi (フラワーガーデンよさみ)

Basket, century, Japan Bamboo Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Basketry Credit Line: Edward C. Moore Collection, Bequest of Edward C. Bamboo Weaving, Weaving Art, Basket Weaving, Japanese Bamboo, Japanese Art, Bamboo Art, Hanging Flower Baskets, Bamboo Basket, Textiles

Hanging Flower Basket (Kake-hanakago) in the Shape of a Cicada | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met

Bamboo Basket 19th century Japan

Japanese Azuki beans shop Japanese Sweets, Japanese Food, Turning Japanese, Nihon, Japanese Culture, Kraut, Food Styling, Asian Recipes, Food And Drink

小豆

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Mizuhiki- Japanese art of knot tying Japanese New Year, Turning Japanese, Japanese Paper, Asian Crafts, Japanese Design, Tie Knots, Japanese Culture, Asian Art, Traditional Art

飯田水引展

打合せに行った先でやってたので撮る。 この展示会をプロデュースしているアリタさんとの打合せだったので知っていたのだけれど、実際に色々な水引の作品を見るとシンプルで強力な存在感を感じる。 カラフルなモノ

tsuba (katana sword hilt) Wouldn't this make a great entrance to a level of the Underworld? Samurai Weapons, Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Sword Hilt, Ninja, Art Japonais, Japanese Sword, Kendo, Japan Art

tsuba (katana sword hilt) Wouldn't this make a great entrance to a level of the Underworld?

Ever since I was a kid, I always liked the Samurai swords, I was fascinated by the perfection of the blade. Japanese Blades, Japanese Sword, Katana Swords, Samurai Swords, Samurai Artwork, Art Of Fighting, Art Japonais, Kendo, Fantasy Weapons

Samurai Sword - 20 Tsuba Photos

Ever since I was a kid, I always liked the Samurai swords, I was fascinated by the perfection of the blade... However, besides the blade there are...

Noren and mailbox, rabbit style (Kyoto 京都, Japan) by Damien Douxchamps Japanese Beauty, Japanese Style, Japanese Art, Japanese Gardens, Oriental, Japanese Lifestyle, Noren Curtains, Japanese Bamboo, Turning Japanese

Noren and mailbox, rabbit style (Kyoto 京都, Japan)

A little Japanese moment: a weathered noren, a mailbox with the "post" sign (〒), cute rabbits, some kanji and kana, and a thin sliding door. Other pictures of Japan, Kyoto (京都) and a noren special.

Japan Okame Mask, late century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi Folklore Japonais, Art Japonais, Masque Hannya, Japanese Mask, Japanese Prints, Sculpture, Asian Art, Monet, Sculptures

Japan Okame Mask, late 19th century Netsuke, Ivory with staining, sumi. LACMA

Japanese__IRON Hanging Vase with Ivy and Dragonflies Period: Meiji period Date: second half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Iron inlaid with silver, gold and copper Japanese Porcelain, Japanese Ceramics, Era Meiji, Ikebana, Hanging Vases, Dragonfly Art, Art Japonais, Objet D'art, Sculpture

Hanging Vase with Ivy and Dragonflies | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met

Paris. Réunion des Musées Nationaux. "Le Japonisme," May 17, 1988–August 15, 1988.Tokyo. The National Museum of Occidental Art. "Le Japonisme," September 22, 1988–December 11, 1988.New York

Three-case inro with silk-winder design. Early century, Japan, by Nomura Kyukoku. Mosaic of large pieces of shell William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, MFA Japanese Design, Japanese Art, Art Ancien, Art Japonais, Design Museum, Museum Of Fine Arts, Asian Art, Art Nouveau, Shells

Three-case inro with silk-winder design

Three-case inro with silk-winder design Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century Nomura Kyukoku, Japanese