Chagake Kakemono for Tea Ceremony

[ Kanji Calligraphy ] for Japanese Tea Ceremony
Reference Number SP-70215
" Kanji Calligraphy " for Japanese Tea Ceremony
Artist Fujian Shohoh
Signature & Seal Yes
Part of Drawing Japanese Paper, 99 x 21 cm ( 39 x 8.3 inch )
Mounting Japanese Paper, 173 x 30 cm ( 68 x 11.8 inch )
Roller End Material Hard Plastic
Box No Box

We estimate this scroll was drawn over 100 years ago.
Unfortunately, stains at the top part of the mounting are a little noticeable.
Spots, folds and small tears are recognized.
Both roller ends were replaced to new ones made from plastic.
As a whole, the condition of this scroll is not good.
Although, a Kanji phrase is written in good form.
This is Chagake type hanging scroll.
A Chagake scroll is hung on the Toko (Tokonoma) of Japanese tea ceremony room for Chanoyu.
Of course, you can also hang it on a wall of any room and enjoy.

Price Sold, Thank you !
Kanji Writing in One Line
Roller End
Roller End
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