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Wonderful high-quality items of Japanese culture goes well with men
A present given to a special man. If you are thinking of giving something a little extra luxury and you are looking for something unusual, you may find it on this page. Japanese art and crafts that inherit the old culture and technology should be new to him. Also, although it is traditional culture, some of the crafts in Japan incorporate contemporary design. So you may also feel a sense of familiarity.
I would like to introduce works unique to Japan, including Samurai swords (Nihon-to) and helmets (Kabuto), and pottery with powerful patterns, best for gifts for men.
Imitation Japanese sword
Golden brown sheath
Toyotomi Hideyoshi’s kabuto
Naoe Kanetsugu’s Kabuto
Peony & Tiger, Dragon Kabuto
Dragon & Tiger Kabuto
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Arita/Imari Porcelain made by Fuji Kinsai
Born in 1976, Arita Town, Saga Prefecture, the birthplace of Japanese porcelain. He studied for the way of pottery with the leading people in various fields such as Arita Yaki’s Human National Treasure-Inoue Manji. He cherishes hand-made, hand-painted hearts, and develops a world of aesthetics and sensibility that harmonizes the modern sense with the Arita porcelain tradition and opens up his own style.
More Fujii Kinsai’s works
Kanji Hanging Scroll
“One Hit Certain Kill (ichigeki hissatsu)”
“Gathering of Good Omens (zuikishuumon)”
More Kanji Hanging Scrolls
Famous Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints
Katsushika Hokusai’s The Great Wave Off Kanagawa
About “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”
Utagawa Kuniyoshi’s “Mitsukini Defying The Skeleton”
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi’s “Fujiwara Yasumasa Playing The Flute by Moonlight”