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Japanese prints

Discover a collection of beautiful Japanese prints that will add a touch of elegance to your home decor. Explore top ideas to incorporate these timeless artworks into your living space.
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Lovely springtime view of Mt. Fuji from Lake Kawaguchi, the scene framed by delicate pink cherry blossoms. The water shimmers with colorful reflections, reflecting the cool tones of the snow-covered peak and the darker greens and blues of the foliage and water. A beautiful shin-hanga design. A contemporary of Hasui, Koichi Okada is best-known for his striking views of Mt Fuji. A terrific choice for display, considered one of Koichi's best subjects.Signed - KoichiPublisher - Unsodo, with…

Obi with Waves  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû Painting, Japanese Prints, Japanese Culture, Japanese Patterns, Japanese Design, Japanese Art Prints, Chinese Art, Japan Art, Japan Design

Dramatic waves rendered in gold and silver metallic threads and white and greenish blue silk crash and splash all over the surface of this obi. It is woven in a double-cloth weave that was very popular for obis in the Meiji period

Suzanne DeVicaris
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Traditional Japanese wave design in red and beige. Medium weight 100% cotton fabric suitable for quilting and masks. SKINNY QUARTER - 9" x 44" (23 cm x 112 cm) FAT QUARTER - 18" x 22" (46 cm x 56 cm) HALF YARD - 18" x 44" (46 cm x 112 cm) We make every effort to capture the true color of each fabric, but there will be differences between monitors. Thank you for understanding. Learn more about Japanese textiles at theardentthread.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter…