Kyoto Noren Japanese Hanging Door Curtain Handpaint Peony King of 100 flowers

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(Size)   : Approx. 88 x 150 cm / 34.64 x 59.05 inch 

(Material) :  100% Linen

(Origin) : Made in Japan / Kyoto

(Condition) : Brand new


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One piece with heart and wishes that are not inferior to the gorgeous appearance.
Since ancient times, peony has been called the "King of many flowers" and has been regarded as a symbol of "happiness" and "wealth". Butterflies have been regarded as a symbol of longevity auspiciousness because Butterflies Kanji are read in the same way as the Chinese for eighty years old.
The transformation from larvae to pupae to adults is said to represent "regeneration" and "revival."
It is a work that expresses such a luxurious motif with luxurious dyeing.

The Noren is originally used for the entrance of the house for the light removal.
It is also a feature of Noren that you can easily change the atmosphere of the room by hiding the back of the house from the entrance at the time of visiting,using the goods as a partition of the room and blindfold.
Since the olden days, people say that Norens Curtain are a mystical barrier against evil and can remove the bad vibes from outside that cause illness and other misfortune.

500.00 Grams

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