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Iyo Yuinoh Center, Furoshiki: Geisha Itsutomi (large)

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Furoshiki wrapping cloth printed with the ukiyo-e woodblock print: 'Geisha Itsutomi'.

NOTE: Colors may appear slightly different depending on your computer's monitor.

ARTIST: Chobunsai Eishi

Chobunsai Eishi (1756-1829), also known as Hosoda Eishi, was an ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period. He was born to a samurai family. In his earlier works influences from Torii Kiyonaga's bijinga can be seen. Unlike Kitagawa Utamaro, who was active at the same time, Eishi's female appears more slender and idealized image of women in the yuri (gay quarters). He is known as a master full-length bijinga.

About the Print

Itsutomi was a geisha from the Yoshiwara (pleasure district in present Tokyo). The slender Itsutomi is depicted with shamisen, three-stringed Japanese musical instrument.

Texture

The beautiful textured pattern of the Sumidagawa® brand furoshiki adds elegance to the print.

INFO

  • BRAND: Sumidagawa®
  • SIZE: About 68 x 68 cm
  • MATERIAL: 100% rayon
  • TITLE: いつとみ芸者/ 「いつとみ」
    'Geisha Itsutomi'
  • ARTIST: 鳥文斎栄之
    Chobunsai Eishi
  • Washing instructions: Please handwash in lukewarm (30˚C / 86˚F) water, or dry clean. Use hot iron on the back side to straighten.

SUPPLIER INFO

NAME
Iyo Yuinoh Center
LOCATION
1-7-19 Kawarayamachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0066, JAPAN

FUROSHIKI - Japanese wrapping cloths

Used for centuries in Japan, the furoshiki, is used to wrap various items from boxes, to your lunch, and is very often used as a bag. Strong and versatile, it is an environmentally friendly option to disposable bags. Learn to fold the furoshiki in 14 different ways!


(Source: Ministry of the Environment, http://www.env.go.jp/en/focus/attach/060403-5.html)

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Iyo Yuinoh Center, Furoshiki: Geisha Itsutomi (large) - Yunomi.life
Iyo Yuinoh Center

Iyo Yuinoh Center, Furoshiki: Geisha Itsutomi (large)

€23,84 EUR

Furoshiki wrapping cloth printed with the ukiyo-e woodblock print: 'Geisha Itsutomi'.

NOTE: Colors may appear slightly different depending on your computer's monitor.

ARTIST: Chobunsai Eishi

Chobunsai Eishi (1756-1829), also known as Hosoda Eishi, was an ukiyo-e artist of the Edo period. He was born to a samurai family. In his earlier works influences from Torii Kiyonaga's bijinga can be seen. Unlike Kitagawa Utamaro, who was active at the same time, Eishi's female appears more slender and idealized image of women in the yuri (gay quarters). He is known as a master full-length bijinga.

About the Print

Itsutomi was a geisha from the Yoshiwara (pleasure district in present Tokyo). The slender Itsutomi is depicted with shamisen, three-stringed Japanese musical instrument.

Texture

The beautiful textured pattern of the Sumidagawa® brand furoshiki adds elegance to the print.

INFO

  • BRAND: Sumidagawa®
  • SIZE: About 68 x 68 cm
  • MATERIAL: 100% rayon
  • TITLE: いつとみ芸者/ 「いつとみ」
    'Geisha Itsutomi'
  • ARTIST: 鳥文斎栄之
    Chobunsai Eishi
  • Washing instructions: Please handwash in lukewarm (30˚C / 86˚F) water, or dry clean. Use hot iron on the back side to straighten.

SUPPLIER INFO

NAME
Iyo Yuinoh Center
LOCATION
1-7-19 Kawarayamachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka 542-0066, JAPAN

FUROSHIKI - Japanese wrapping cloths

Used for centuries in Japan, the furoshiki, is used to wrap various items from boxes, to your lunch, and is very often used as a bag. Strong and versatile, it is an environmentally friendly option to disposable bags. Learn to fold the furoshiki in 14 different ways!


(Source: Ministry of the Environment, http://www.env.go.jp/en/focus/attach/060403-5.html)

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