[Utagawa Kuniyoshi Collection] Japanese Curtain Noren ④

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.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi 歌川 國芳 (1798~1861) was one of the last great masters of the Japanese ukiyo-e (woodblock printing) style of art in the Edo period.

Now you can enjoy his magnificent work with this traditional Noren!

This piece is titled Usui Matagoro Hidayama 碓井又五郎飛騨山 and features a Samurai fighting and killing a giant white monkey monster.

  • H: 150cm / 59″
  • Fabric resembling Washi (Traditional Japanese Paper)
  • 100% polyester 
  • Proudly made in JAPAN
※Curtain rod it’s not included.
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