Japanese Byobu Folding Screen
A Japanese traditional craft (Nagano). The Juho-Shishi is one of the best items of Mikoshiba Byobuten! Japanese Byobu Folding Screen (Folding Screen) is the tradition of Japan.
These animals, given shape in East Asia based on lions, are expressed in a mysterious form covered in curled fur. They have been used as motifs in art and crafts since ancient times. Patterns combining them with peonies are particularly well-liked.
|Artifact Name||Japanese Byobu Folding Screen|
|Place of Production||Nagano, Japan|
|Delivery Date||It'll approximately take 20 days from the date of ordering|
|Use||Furniture / Art objects / Home decor|
|Size||H 175.0cm x W 360.0cm*4 screens|
|Weight||20kg / 44lbs|
|Pattern||Artistic portrait of a lion|
|Material||Frame : Wood / Screen : Gilt|
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