Nishijin brocade Frame Kinkaku-ji temple

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A creation of "Kyo-nishiki ori" which expresses
elegance, brilliancy and dignity of ancient city Kyoto using various color tasted threads especially gold and silver.
"Kinkaku-ji temple" is a work about Kinkaku-ji temple (Golden Temple) which is one of the most famous temple in Kyoto.
This temple's official name is "Rokuon-ji temple", It build by Yoshimitsu Ashikaga who is a 3rd shogun in the Muromachi era (1338~1573). A building and the garden around Kinkaku-ji Temple are said to have expressed Buddhists' paradise in the world.
The work is framed and ready for it.

・Material/ Polyester, Nylon, Gold Thread
・Size/ H26.5×W29.5×D3.5cm
・Weight/ 800 g
・Made in Japan

Product Type: HOME DÉCOR

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