Decorative paper has its roots in art paper that was introduced from China during the Tang dynasty, has been handed down to Kyoto for over a thousand years by craftsmanship.
Karakami is like a woodblock print applied on the sliding door, called Fusuma in Japanese room, and is still used in Katsura Imperial Palace, temples, and tearooms in Japan.
The pattern has a wide range and its feature is a sophisticated pattern that has been handed down from dynasty culture with handrails.
This is a stylish panel has a feeling of the Japanese atmosphere created in the space by arranging flowers in the round window.
This pattern represents water and is considered as a fire-prevention pattern, and has been used for the eave-end roof tiles, vehicles, and clothes since the end of the Heian period.
It is made by hand one by one, and produced by Maruni Co., Ltd.
Please note that a humid environment or direct sunlight may cause product deterioration.
The paint on the surface is water soluble. If water gets on the surface, press a soft cloth like a towel from above without rubbing it and wipe it off.
The texture and pattern how appear may have a slight difference.
The hook on the back included is for hanging on the wall. Please use the attached screws if necessary.
・Material/ Coating ：Japanese Washi paper , Panel：MDF , Vase：Stainless steel
・Weight/ 780 g
・Made in Japan