Growing Stones & Kimigayo Japan's National Anthem

[ Growing Stones & Japan's National Anthem ] Drawn in 1927
Reference Number SP-90005
" Growing Stones & Japan's National Anthem " Drawn in 1927
Artist Chikuda Anan (1864 - 1928)

Anan was born in Takeda of Bungo Province.
Chikuda went to Nagasaki and studied painting under Miroyama Shofu.
He lived at Yawata of Nagasaki for a long time and he was flourished in the Nagasaki Nanga style painting world during the Meiji and Taisho eras.
Later, he moved to Hyogo, Nagoya and finally Tokyo.

Signature & Seal Yes
Part of Painting Japanese Paper, 112.5 x 31 cm ( 44.3 x 12.2 inch )
Mounting Silk, 190 x 43 cm ( 74.8 x 17 inch )
Roller End Material Wood (Lacquered)
Wood Box Original Wood Box (Tomobako)

This scroll was drawn in 1927.
A couple of Sazare-Ishi stones are drawn well.
The Japan's national anthem (Kimigayo) is written in good form at the top of the drawing.
Sazare-Ishi stone grows bit by bit over the years.
The stone is stated in the Japan's national anthem.
Please note that this scroll is not authenticated by any appraiser.

Price $180
Kimigayo (Japan's National Anthem)
Roller End made from Wood (Lacquered)
Roller End
Sazare-Ishi Stones
Endorsement of Anan Chikuda
Hakogaki Endorsement
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
In Tomobako Original Wooden Box
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