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Specialty Japanese At Armadale Antique Centre

Specialty Japanese At Armadale Antique Centre

Cabinet 61 at the Armadale Antique Centre specialises in Japanese Antiques and Unique Jewellery.  Kasasagi Fine Arts offers Specialty Japanese at Armadale Centre along with unique jewellery hand made from antique and vintage Japanese items. Choose from a range of Japanese items both in the gallery and online.  Our range includes Imari And Kutani porcelain…
Four Antique Botanical Woodblock Prints Unknown Artist

Spring Flowers Japanese Woodblock Prints And Paintings

Spring Flowers Japanese Woodblock Prints And Paintings To usher in the Spring Season in Australia Kasasagi has a great selection of woodblock prints and paintings. Choose from spring flower woodblock prints from the series created by the collaboration of  Kawarazaki Shodo, Yuichi Osuga and Teru Kuzuhara.  The series was called Shodo Spring Flowers and was…
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…

Kasasagi Relocating To Iconic Block Arcade

Kasasagi Relocating To Iconic Block Arcade Kasasagi Relocating To Iconic Block Arcade From 1 July 2014 Kasasagi will be relocating to the Iconic Block Arcade in Melbourne’s CBD.  Our Store is on the Mezzanine level above Chicago Hair Salon, Shop 17.   Entry is via the stairway inside Chicago Salon. The Store will feature all…

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…
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