Capturing the Essence of Kyoto: Gion Matsuri and Takarabune Nishijin-ori Tapestry
Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Kyoto's history with our Framed Gion Matsuri and Takarabune Nishijin-ori Artwork. This tapestry is a tribute to the time-honored Nishijin-ori weaving, a technique steeped in history and rarity, known for producing textiles of exceptional quality and beauty. Featuring the festive Gion Matsuri and the auspicious Takarabune, this piece is a confluence of cultural celebration and the promise of good fortune by the Seven Lucky Gods.
Historic Weaving Technique: Crafted using the ancient Nishijin-ori method, a symbol of Kyoto's weaving heritage, renowned for its complexity and the use of refined materials.
Exclusive Rarity: Nishijin-ori is celebrated for its exclusivity and the painstaking process involved in its creation, making this tapestry a rare and valuable collector's item.
Cultural Narrative: The Gion Matsuri, illustrated alongside the treasure ship of the Seven Lucky Gods, represents joyous celebration and bountiful blessings within Japanese folklore.
Artistic Investment: This artwork is not merely a decorative piece but an investment in art with a profound historical significance, destined to be a treasured heirloom.
- Display Flexibility: The frame is thoughtfully designed to be displayed on a wall or stand on its own, providing versatility in how you showcase this cultural gem.
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Dimensions: 35cm x 39cm
Care Instructions: Handle this artwork with the reverence it deserves. Light dusting is recommended, and keep it away from direct sunlight to preserve the richness of its colors and gold threads.
This Nishijin-ori Tapestry is more than art; it is a piece of Kyoto's soul, encapsulating the spirit of the Gion Matsuri and the eternal grace of the Takarabune, ready to adorn the home of a true connoisseur.