Since the Edo period, the Japanese have hanged Noren as dividers at the entrance, between rooms, doorways, etc.
Recently it's also popular as a decoration item and dividers in doorways between rooms.
Introduced in Japan by Buddhist monks in the 14th century, Sumi-e 墨絵 can be translated as a black ink painting offering a powerful and elegant contrast with the white washi (japanese paper)
A powerful Ryu (Dragon) is featured in a Japanese style fabric resembling Washi (Traditional Japanese Paper).
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Category: Noren, Noren Japanese Doorway Curtain