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   Yuzen Antique-style Folding Screens gTAKARAh

    Yuzen Antique-style Folding Screens gTAKARAh was created based on an antique Yamato-e that is

    designated as a national treasure and an important cultural property in Japan. gTAKARAh is a new style of

    artistic handcraft that is more than just a replica of an antique piece.

    Having learned many of the painters who created Japanese national treasures, including Tawaraya Sotatsu and Ogata

    Korin, originally started as painters for Yuzen kimono or Ougi (Japanese folding fans), we came up with the concept

    gFrom Yuzen, back to Yuzenh. We asked Yuzen craftsmen to paint silk canvases covered with gold foil and to do it

    with great sensitivity. The finished piece, we believe, is an authentic gKenpon Kinji Saisyoku Yuzen Byoubu-e

    (Yuzen painting on silk covered with gold foil)h and is a treasure to be kept and enjoyed for a long time.

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A National Treasure "Fuujin Raijin Folding Screens (The Wind and Thunder Gods Folding Screens)"

Painted by Twaraya Sotatsu          Owned by Kenniji Temple

Replicated    Two-paneled Folding Screens  ( H 173.6cm ~ W 188.8cm ~ 2j

A National Treasure "Kouhaku Baizu Folding Screens (Red Prunus and White Prunus Folding Screens)"

Painted by Ogata Korin          Owned by the MOA Art Museum

Replicated    Two-paneled Folding Screens ( H 173.6cm ~ W 188.8cm ~ 2j

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