Original reproduction of art from one of the world’s greatest treasures from The Great Wave of Kanagawa to mesmerizing silk brocades kimonos.
Ukiyo-e literally means 'pictures of the floating world'. The 'floating world' referred to the licensed brothel and theatre districts of Japan's major cities during the Edo period. As ukiyo-e achieved an unprecedented popularity in the 1800s, bijin (beautiful women) were the stars of this period.
• Statue of Japanese Kabuki performer inspired by Ukiyo-e style artist Eisen Ikeda
• Crafted of high quality resin
• Hand painted in original colours
• Wipe with a soft, dry cloth
• Sold individually
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