For all customers
※Products that use ivory will be changed to other materials and shipped.
This is because the Washington Convention currently prohibits the export and import of ivory products in all countries including Japan.
※you may be charged Value Added Tax (VAT) by the state when you receive your purchased artwork.
(Amount according to the laws of each country.Nearly 20%-30% of the purchase price and shipping costs)
Art work details
This piece will be shipped at 0.8 kg including packaging.
Ink on paper
Overall: vertical 193.5 × width 34.4 cm＊width does not include roller ends.
(the work: vertical 105.7 × width 30cm)
・There are wrinkles, burns, floats on the Japanese paper on the back of the cover.
・There are wrinkles, peeling off on the image.
・There are some warp, wrinkles in mounting.
Roller ends is lacquerware.
・There is no signature on the box.
Materials for mounting
・All of them are made of silk.
**There is a note about shipping restrictions and VAT. Please check before purchase.**
*There may be a slight difference in color between the photo and the actual product.
Hioki Mokusen (1847-1920)
Buddhist monk of the Meiji and Taisho periods. Born in the 4th year of the Koka period.
A member of the Soto sect of Buddhism. Studied under Morotake-Ekido and followed the Dharma of Shogan-Mokuchu.
Became the abbot of Kasuisai in Fukuroi, Shizuoka Prefecture. In 1903, he went to Siam (present-day Thailand) as a member of the Mission for the Reception of Buddhist Relics.
In 1905, he took part in the construction of the Nissen-Temple (present-day Nittai-Temple) in Nagoya.
In 1916, he became the head of Eiheiji Temple, and the following year he became the President of the Soto Zen sect.
He died on September 2, 1920 at the age of 74.
Born in Hoki (Tottori Prefecture). He was called Ishitsu.
"Ryu wa hibi shikai no mizu wo kenzu"
The dragon gathers water from the oceans in the east, west, south, and north, and offers it to the earth. In other words, the dragon creates clouds from the water vapor of the sea and sends rain to moisten and bless the earth. In addition, the dragon was the symbol of the god of fire prevention, as it was the symbol of water against fire. "Fire" is not only a burning fire that causes fires, but also the "fire of affliction" of human beings. From this point of view, dragons may rain down pure rain to calm and purify our worries. The four seas are all the worlds, east, west, north, south, and southwest, and can also refer to all people. In this sense, this phrase refers to the truth of "the salvation of all sentient beings," in which the Dragon, an excellent Buddhist practitioner, rains compassionate rain on all worlds and people every day to moisten them.
Please pay attention to the following points before buying.
●We will ship from Japan to the rest of the world.
As a result, you may be charged Value Added Tax (VAT) by the state when you receive your purchased artwork.
(Amount according to the laws of each country.
Nearly 20%-30% of the purchase price and shipping costs)
●In addition, please note that we are not able to "under-value" the purchase price at the time of shipping.
●※Recently, there has been an increase in the number of cases
where packages have not been delivered to Italy.
For Italian customers, we may ask for "codice fiscale" after purchase. Please be forewarned.
●Currently, the Washington Convention prohibits the export and import of ivory products in all countries including Japan. If ivory is used as the material in the hanging scroll / Bokuseki work, we will change it to another material and ship it.
Thank you for your understanding in advance.
The standard shipping fee is as follows.
Currency unit is Japanese Yen.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
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China, South Korea, Taiwan
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Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia
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Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand,
D : North America
United States of America
E : Africa