Chagake Scroll ith Zen Idiom

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Item No#345221
ItemHanging Scroll
MaterialSilk Washi
Sizewidth 35.5cm  14", height 175.5cm  69"

Item description : Chagake scroll with Zen Idiom which says "TSuki-ha Mizu totomoni Nagaru”(Last night, when I heard a wild goose crowing, I knew that autumn had officially arrived, with a clear breeze blowing through./A metaphor for a feeling full of freshness after throwing away all delusions and attachments) drawn by Mr Bunga Noritani who is a chief priest at Hoshunji temple in Kyoto

Age : Brand new
Condition : A wooden box with a signature of the priest is prepared

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Express to United States $35.80
Standard to United States$11.40
Express to Europe$30.00
Standard to Europe$11.40

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