A folding screen is called Byoubu in Japanese. Its name comes from shutting wind. It was necessary furniture for life as partitioning of space since the Nara era (710~794). Nowadays, it is developing a new folding screen for fitting modern life. "Flying cranes" made by real gold foils in the Echizen Japanese paper of dark blue color. A flock of cranes means super happy situation because crane is a symbol of fortune and happy long life. In Japan, a pattern of crane has been used for kimono design as a lucky sign for a long time. You can decorate it standing up and hanging it on a wall using a hanger.
Real gold foil using this item are included not only gold but also silver and copper. Therefore, there is a possibility that a crane part gets red spots. In addition, please do not use the following places direct rays of the sun, extreme high temperature and humidity, drying place, and getting the wind such as air conditioners directly. It causes a change of color, a skewness, a sled, slack, and wrinkle.
・Material/ Japanese washi paper, Gold, Silver, Copper, Pigment, Glue, Synthetic fiber, Cedar, Laquer, Aluminum
・Size/ When unfolded: W186 × H 90 cm
(Both sides of the panel W47.5 × H90 cm,
Middle of two panels W45.4 × H90 cm)
・Weight/ 4,500 g
・Made in Japan