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Hard to find Japanese Art

Hard to find Japanese Art Antique Japanese Art and other objects are getting harder to find.  Many Japanese are holding onto their legacy having come to the realisation that they are giving the family heirlooms away. At Kasasagi we have been collecting rare Japanese art and objects for over 20 years,  We are interested in…

Japanese Festivals in September

Japanese Festivals in September Japan is famous for its festivals and ceremonies all through the year.  Here are a few of the festivals held during the month of September. September 1  Tsuma, Oki Island, Shimane Prefecture Traditional bull fighting (bull sumo) in which two bulls lock horns and fight to push each other out of…

Looking for Rare Japanese Art OR Shoyeido Incense

Looking for Rare Japanese Art OR Shoyeido Incense We have had a very busy week at Kasasagi Gallery with some rare framed Ukiyo-e Woodblock Prints and Antique Ise-Katagame framed Art snapped up by our clients.  Our artwork is available framed or unframed, mounted to Museum Conservation Standard..print tipped to acid free foam core backing &…

New Shoyeido Incense Just Arrived

New Shoyeido Incense Just Arrived We have just received a new shipment of Shoyeido Incense with new Scents including Xiang-Do Forest, Peppermint and Lavender as well as Genji Sakaki White Coils to complement our current Shoyeido range. Shoyeido Forest Incense with its with its concentrated smells of pine, fir and other conifers transports you to…

Where can I find Antique Japanese Masks

Where can I find Antique Japanese Masks Kasasagi Gallery has a great selection of Antique Japanese Masks from Noh and Kabuki Theatre.   We are located in Glen Iris which is an inner suburb of Melbourne in Australia.  Some of our masks are featured on our website www.kasasagi.com.au  and others are featured in our Gallery. …

Takigi O-Noh Bonfire Noh performance, Kyoto

Festivals of Japan – Takigi O-Noh Bonfire Noh performance, Kyoto  June 1 & 2 Noh, which is the most ancient form of musical theater in Japan, is performed in the evening darkness amidst the illumination of the burning torches at the Heian Jingu Shrine. The shrine was built as a partial reproduction of the palace…
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