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Kyoto "O-nishi Kyo-sen-do" Kyoto-style Glittering folding fan JAC-OKD-405-10

¥245,000

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This product is "Ki-zakura", a decorative hinoki folding fan, a Kyoto-style folding fan from "O-nishi Kyo-sen-do", a long-established fan store in Kyoto founded in the Tempo era (1868-1912).

This folding fan is a large decorative folding fan made of 30 thin boards of Japanese cypress, connected by a string, and measures 530 mm in width when unfolded.
A magnificent fan with six colored silk decorative colored strings attached to both ends of the fan.
A "decorative stand" for displaying folding fan, which can be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall, etc., is included.
This beautiful folding fan shines with the craftsmanship that has been passed down from generation to generation for 1200 years in the ancient capital of Kyoto.

This decorative hinoki folding fan is made of 30 thin boards of hinoki cypress, each connected by a string.
Unlike folding fans, which are finished by pasting Japanese paper on the fan bone, the magnificent cherry blossoms are hand painted directly on a hinoki cypress board.
On the other side are line drawings of birds, butterflies, and flowers.
When you open a folding fan with Japanese paper attached to the fan bone, it opens with a "flapping" motion, but this fan made of hinoki cypress boards connected by string opens smoothly and smoothly.
A "decorative stand" for displaying folding fan, which can be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall, etc., is included.
*Please check the images.
*Due to the handmade nature of this product, the color may differ slightly from the image. Please understand.

A gem created by 1,200 years of history 大西京扇堂 店舗 Kyoto "O-nishi Kyo-sen-do" was established in Kyoto during the Tempo era (1830-1843), and the current owner is the ninth generation of the family.
大西京扇堂 扇子作り1 The trade name at that time was "Yamatoya" and he called himself "Yamatoya Shobe".
Later, in the Meiji period, the name was changed to "Kyo-sen-do".
Located near the Sanjo Ohashi Bridge at the end of the Tokaido Highway, it has served as the purveyor to Myoshinji Temple, Chion-in Temple, Nanzenji Temple, and other main temples of the sect, and while delivering fans for temples, it also handled all kinds of fans for dancing, tea ceremony, and general fans because of its location among many tourists from home and abroad.
大西京扇堂 扇子作り2 Even today, craftsmen continue to make Kyoto folding fans with craftsmanship that has been passed down from generation to generation.
大西京扇堂 扇子作り3
  • Kyoto "O-nishi Kyo-sen-do" Kyoto-style folding fan / Decorated Hinoki folding fan "Ki-zakura"
    Product No. : JAC-OKD-405-10
    *boxed in paulownia wood
    Size : Open / About 530 ㎜ × length 334㎜
    Closed / About 50 ㎜ × length 334 ㎜
    Weight : About 225 g
    Materials : folding fan / Hinoki [Japanese cypress]
    Decorative colored cord / pure silk

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