Japanese Traditional Authentic Wall Scroll Kakejiku


Japanese Traditional Authentic Wall Scroll Kakejiku


An authentic hanging wall scroll, Kakejiku is a Japanese hanging wall scroll used to display and exhibit paintings and calligraphy inscriptions and designs mounted with cotton fabric edges on a flexible backing so that it can be rolled for storage.

This gold-leaf-designed Kakejiku is made with a special painting technique called MORIAGE technique that makes use of Kanazawa gold foil and is all hand made by artisans of Hakuichi, the first company in Kanazawa to make gold leaf craft products.

They use various gold-leaf to subtly change the color and beautiful wrinkles are a feature of gold foil.  The color that changes depending on the light and illuminance is unique to the "Kanazawa foil" finish  

Product Details

Size: 1700 x 500mm /Box size: 650×85×85mm
Weight: 1150g
Material: Cotton, Gold Foil, Lining Paper
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Producer: Hakuichi
Made in: Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture Japan
Japanese Article Number(JAN): 4517660093694 
It will take about 2 months from receiving the order to delivering the item when we don’t have it in stock. Please ask us before you place an order.

Precautions of Use

-This hanging scroll is all handmade in Japan using traditional methods, the color and shape may differ from the photo. 
-Not to let the scroll fade or change colors, please store it in a cool, dark place to avoid direct sunlight.  
-Please avoid decorating or storing the scroll in a hot and humid place or extremely dry place. 
-Do not touch the product with wet hands. 

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Please note that our product prices do not include customs charges or taxes. You are responsible for paying any such amounts for your location.

What is Kakejiku?

Kakejiku or kakemono is the traditional Japanese hanging scroll. In line with the westernization of the Japanese lifestyle and the changing architecture, there are now far fewer homes with tokonoma alcoves to hang Kakejiku of arts of calligraphy and drawing.

They were "musts" for homes of upper-class families, who changed scrolls to match the season. Unlike framed paintings, scrolls do not take large storage space, as they are tightly rolled up and placed in wooden boxes.

About Gold Foil

The gold leaf technique used to decorate these fans has a 400-year history. Known as Kanazawa foil, it is named after Kanazawa City in Ishikawa Prefecture, which accounts for over 98% of gold foil production in Japan.

Among the makers of gold leaf products, none is more famous than Hakuichi, the creators of these exquisite traditional folding fans.

Shipping & Inquiries

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1. Shipping Delays
Due to COVID-19, shipping may be delayed significantly depending on the courier used, the timing of the purchase, and restrictions in both Japan and the destination country. Shipping may not be available for some destinations.

2. Customs Fees & Taxes
Our product prices do not include customs fees or taxes. We have no control over these charges and cannot tell you the cost as they differ for each country. For more information, please contact your local customs office. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us before purchasing. We will do our best to respond promptly.

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