Web Shop for Kakemono, Japanese Hanging Scroll Paintings. Buy Kakejiku Online !
... ...
[ Kanji Phrase ] Drawn in 1978 by High-Ranked Buddhistic Monk
Reference Number
SP-70291
Title
" Kanji Phrase " Drawn in 1978
Drawer
Okada Yushu (1907 - 1985)

Minister of the Shingon-Shu Sect of the Daigo School of Buddhism.
The 101st head priest of the Daigo-Ji headquaters temple of that school.
Yushu was born in Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1907.
He entered the Buddhistic priesthood in 1924.
He became a pupil of Okada Kaigyoku, and, later, Yushu became Kaigyoku's adopted son.
In 1974, Yushu became the 101st head priest of the Daigo-Ji Temple in Kyoto, and also became the minister (Kancho) of the Shingon-Shu Sect of the Daigo School.
He deceased in 1985 at the age of 79.

Signature & Seal
Yes
Part of Writing
Japanese Paper, 103.5 x 27 cm ( 40.7 x 10.6 inches )
Mounting
Silk, 185 x 29.5 cm ( 72.8 x 11.6 inches )
Roller End Material
Wood (Lacquered)
Box
Tomobako Original Wood Box
Description

This scroll was drawn in 1978.
There are faint spots to some extent on the drawing part.
Although, the condition of this scroll is not bad.
A Kanji phrase in one line is drawn in good form.
This scroll is for Chanoyu Japanese tea ceremony (Chagake).
Though, of course, it is also good to hang it in an ordinary room.

Price
$198
Kanji Idiom in One Line
Rakkan Signature & Stamps of Okada Yushu
Signature & Seals
(Rakkan)
Lacquered Roller End made of Wood
Roller End

Hakogaki Endorsement
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
Back to Page Top