New arrivals at Kasasagi Gallery
We had a busy start to September. Our Shoyeido Incenses continue to be popular and we have added Shoyeido’s Hori-kawa incense to our range, Our focus at Kasasagi Gallery is to provide great service combined with unique products from Japan.
We have recently added to the in Gallery collection more kokeshi dolls, a Japanese music box and 20th century platters.
We also have available hand re-carved woodblock prints by Hironobu, Kunisada and Kiyonaga. These are mounted and and unframed so you can select the frame of your choice or have it shipped to you unframed.
Other recent additions to Kasasagi Gallery are 20th century tea caddies, kettles from the Edo period and Sake warmers.
A customer recently purchased 2 woodblock prints by Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) for his wife’s birthday. Their home is filled with aboriginal art and he was looking for something unique to complement the artwork they already have. His wife loved the woodblock prints of 2 geishas in the evening snow on their way to a temple. The prints were hand recarved and printed on genuine native Mulberry tree Washi paper, They are from a limited edition of only 200 print sets. Published by Adachi Tokyo in the 1960s.
We hope to see you at Kasasagi Gallery soon or you can contact us kasasagi.com.au if you are looking to source specific items of Japanese art.
The beautiful craftsmanship of handmade deerhide purses from Japan. A small range available at Kasasagi Gallery.
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