02. PRECINCTS OF THE TENJIN SHRINE AT KAMEIDO - HIROSHIGE
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This tenugui is a Ukiyo-e from the collection of the Great One Hundred Famous Views of Edo by Hiroshige Utagawa (1797-1858). It is a view of the Tenjin Shrine at Kameido in Tokyo. The graceful wisterias bloom on the round bridge, the color of pine tree make silent shadow on the ponds. Hiroshige left us the last great artwork "Ukiyo-e" and also was a poet; "I leave my brush in the East. And set forth on my journey. I shall see the famous places in the Western land."
This tenugui uses chusen method hand-dye.
size: 37x90 (cm) / 14.6x35.4 (inch)
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