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Torii Kiyonaga Online Gallery of Woodblock Prints

Torii Kiyonaga Online Gallery of Woodblock Prints

Torii Kiyonaga Online Gallery of Woodblock Prints Kasasagi Fine Arts features a selection of beautifully detailed and authentic diptych and triptych woodblock prints by Kiyonaga.  They are all beautifully detailed and have vibrant colours.  Please access our Kiyonaga Online Gallery from the link below. Torii Kiyonaga Online Gallery of Woodblock Prints Link to Woodblock Prints…
Japanese Antique Objects in High Street Armadale

Japanese Antique Objects in High Street Armadale

Japanese Antique Objects in High Street Armadale Our Antiques cabinet is now well established at the Armadale Antique Centre.  As you can see from the images, we are showcasing a mixture of items from our website and personal collection. The Antique Centre, 1147 High Street, Armadale, Victoria and is open 7 days a week from…
Shoyeido Five Hills Incense Bundle

Expanded Range of Shoyeido Incense from Australia

Expanded Range of Shoyeido Incense from Australia Kasasagi Fine Arts has expanded the range of Shoyeido Incense products available from Australia.  We currently ship to customers in Australia and worldwide. Kasasagi now stocks the Shoyeido Premium range, the very popular Horin range, the Xiang-do range and the Floral World range as well as the Himenoka…
Antique Lithographs and Prints by ITO and Hiroshige

Antique Lithographs and Prints by ITO and Hiroshige

Antique Lithographs and Prints by ITO and Hiroshige We have just released some Antique Lithographs and Prints by ITO and Hiroshige.  They are Lithographic Magazine covers from the early 1900s. http://www.kasasagi.com.au/product-category/two-dimensional-art/ The Lithographic Magazine covers are beautifully detailed A5 prints of Bijin (beautiful women) and are ideal for collectors or to frame either individually or…

What is the History of Tokyo

What is the History of Tokyo The sprawling metropolis of Tokyo was born out of humble beginnings as a small, little known fishing village in 1457 named EDO.  EDO grew to be the largest city in the world in 1721 with an estimated population of 1,000,000. Edo was repeatedly devastated by fires, with the Great…

Japanese Festivals in February Yokote Kamakura Winter Festival

The Yokote Kamakura Festival, (Yokote no Yuki Matsuri) has been an annual event on February 15 and 16 for the past 400 years. Originating  in the city of Yokote in southeastern Akita Prefecture. the festival features many igloo-like snow houses, called kamakura, which are built at various locations across the city. Within each kamakura there…

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…

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…

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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