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New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano

New to Kasasagi Gallery Woodblock Prints by Kato Shodo and Asano Since our visit to Japan in October we now have available contemporary woodblock prints by Artists such as Teruhide Kato, Kawarazashi Shodo and Takeji Asano. We have selected woodblock prints from Kato’s well known alley series and images of his native Kyoto.  We also…

Where can I find miniature woodblock prints

Where can I find miniature woodblock prints Where can I find miniature woodblock prints Kasasagi has launched a selection of miniature postcard sized woodblock prints. These beautifully printed Woodblock Print postcards from Japan are available in a set of 7 or individually.  These are genuine woodblock Postcards printed in Japan on traditional washi paper with…
christmas window at Kasasati

Kasasagi Incense Burners imported exclusively from Shoyeido

Kasasagi Incense Burners imported exclusively from Shoyeido Shoyeido Incense Burners .. Kasasagi Gallery now has a selection of traditional and contemporary quality Incense Burners from Shoyeido.  Imported exclusively by Kasasagi from Shoyeido in Kyoto, Japan. Makers of Incense for the Japanese Imperial Court for over 300 years.  They will complement Shoyeido’s range of incense sticks…

Merry Christmas from Kasasagi Arts and Antiques

Merry Christmas from Kasasagi Arts and Antiques  Kasasagi will be open on Christmas Eve from noon till 5pm. We would like to wish our customers a Happy and Peaceful Christmas. Kasasagi Christmas Window  https://staging.kasasagi.com.au/blog/                                      Traditional Japanese Christmas Cake Merry Christmas from Kasasagi Arts and Antiques  Kasasagi will be…
christmas window at Kasasati

Late Night Christmas Shopping in Melbourne

Late Night Christmas Shopping in Melbourne This year Kasasagi has made Christmas shopping with us more convenient.  We have extended our trading hours and will open for late night shopping on most evenings.  Please see our extended Festive Season shopping hours below. At Kasasagi we have a great selection of unique, quality gifts to choose…

Christmas in Japan

Japan has a history of Christianity from as far back as 1540 AD. Whilst Shinto and Buddhism are Japan’s major religions, Japan remains a highly secular nation….and despite not being an official national holiday, Christmas in Japan is widely popular and enthusiastically celebrated as a notable festival to be enjoyed. It’s a time for Santa…

Christmas Gift only available in Australia from Kasasagi

I love the Shoyeido Origami Fragrance Wheel Sachet.  It is a great gift for men or women as the smell is spicy rather than floral and very different.  Its also a great gift that you can’t buy in any other Store in Australia.  At $20 for purchases in the Gallery or $29.50 including shipping its…

Christmas Gift for Orders until 27 December

Christmas Gift for Orders until 27 December We would like to put some of the old fashioned art of giving during the lead up to Christmas. For all purchases until 27 December over AUD $100 (excludes shipping costs) you can choose from a packet of Incense from Shoyeido’s Xiang do range as our special gift…

Unique Gift for Mum under AUD30 with shipping

We have just introduced a very unique gift to the Gallery which will be a great gift for Mum at Christmas or for a special occasion.  We introduced this product a few days ago and have already had a tremendous amount of interest and orders. Shoyeido Origami Flower Wheel Fragrance Sachet is an flower wheel…

Kasasagi Gallery reopens after visit to Japan

We are back in Melbourne, Australia after a 3 week trip to Osaka, Kyoto and Tokyo, We managed to miss both typhoons and come back intact with the many treasures we found We have sourced a range of unique postcards printed in Kyoto.  In the range are woodblock print postcards from some famous ukiyo-e and…

Glimpses of Kyoto

Glimpses of Kyoto from Kasasagi Fine Arts Kyoto is home to thousands of Buddhist Temples and Shrines.  It would be impossible to take a stroll in downtown Kyoto without see a few of them. Geishas strolling in the gardens of a Temple in the Higashiyama district. One of the many fan shops in Kyoto A…

Update from Kyoto

Here we are in the middle of chestnut season.  Wagashi are traditional sweets which are available in the many sweets shops in Kyoto.  We found various versions of chestnut with adzuki bean encased in rice dough or in a little bamboo container.  Mushrooms are also in season.  You can enjoy both of these foods in…
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