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Nandina and Amur Adonis / Imamura Ryōsetsu - Nanten Fukuju
- Product ID
- Imamura Ryōsetsu
A Japanese-style painter. Born in Gifu Pref. Specialized in flowers & birds paintings and landscape paintings.
- 600mm x 1900mm
- Roller End Material
- Material of the Work
- JPY 40,000
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- In stock
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Nandina and Amur adonis have long been known as auspicious plants and have been prized in Japan. It is believed that the “Nanten Fukuju no Zu”, in which the two plants are drawn, have a similar sound as “Nan wo tenjite fuku to nasu (turning difficulties into good fortune)”, so it is thought that it will have the power to bring great luck. In particular, nandina is said to have the power to repel diseases and disasters and has a history of being planted as an anti-demon thing.
In this work, the atmosphere of auspiciousness is further enhanced by drawing a couple of sparrows with “Nanten Fukuju”, which play the role of eating trouble and bringing good fortune. It can be said that it is a perfect hanging scroll to decorate in the hope of prosperity of family luck.