Chagake With Zen Idiom "Toka Shupu ni Emu"
|Size||width 34cm 13 1/2", height 174cm 68 1/2"|
Item description : Chagake scroll with a Zen idiom "Toka Shunpu ni Emu" (Peach blossom blooms neatly as if they smile at us)(Spring surely comes after winter even if it is severe)
drawn by Kaido Fujii who was a chief priest at Sangenin temple in Kyoto
Age : 1980's
Condition : Fair There are creases seen due to age
|Express to United States||$27.80|
|Standard to United States||$15.60|
|Express to Europe||$30.40|
|Standard to Europe||$15.60|
If the shipping is to other area, please proceed to 'Check Out'. The shipping cost will be shown there.
( You will not be charged unless you click 'Submit' button. )