Hanging scroll : Shochikubai (pine, bamboo, plum, crane, tortoise), Takiyama Gyokusen (real handwriting)

[Product] ■ Manufacturer name : Koyu ■ Country of origin / region : Japan ■ Biography ■ Takiyama Gyokusen Japanese Art Society Atelier Selected for the City Beauty Exhibition, belonging to the East-West Art Development Association Meikaku and Takasago 1947, Gifu City ■ Table ■ Donsu 3 Level Table
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The origin of Shochikubai is said to be "Saikan no Sanyu" (The Three Friends of the Year), one of the themes of Chinese paintings. It is said that Shochikubai is an auspicious plant because the pine and bamboo trees keep green and the plum blossoms bloom even in the bitterly cold winter. It is said that "Matsu, Take and Ume" became a symbol of good omen in Japan from the Heian period, because pine trees are evergreen and lead to eternal youth and longevity, bamboo trees, which are also evergreen, were from the Muromachi period, and plum trees, which bloom in winter, were from the Edo period. The "crane" and "turtle" of the couple, who are happily together, are there. It is said that cranes live for 1,000 years and turtles 1,000 years and turtles live for 10,000 years "is because of the Chinese Taoist theory. The origin of Shochikubai is said to be "Saikan no Sanyu" (The Three Friends of the Year), one of the themes of Chinese paintings. It is said that Shochikubai is an auspicious plant because the pine and bamboo trees keep green and the plum blossoms bloom even in the bitterly cold winter. It is said that "Matsu, Take and Ume" became a symbol of good omen in Japan from the Heian period, because pine trees are evergreen and lead to eternal youth and longevity, bamboo trees, which are also evergreen, were from the Muromachi period, and plum trees, which bloom in winter, were from the Edo period. The origin of Shochikubai is said to be "Saikan no Sanyu" (The Three Friends of the Year), one of the themes of Chinese paintings. It is said that Shochikubai is an auspicious plant because the pine and bamboo trees keep green and the plum blossoms bloom even in the bitterly cold winter. It is said that "Matsu, Take and Ume" became a symbol of good omen in Japan from the Heian period, because pine trees are evergreen and lead to eternal youth and longevity, bamboo trees, which are also evergreen, were from the Muromachi period, and plum trees, which bloom in winter, were from the Edo period. The "crane" and "turtle" of the couple, who are happily together, are there. The origin of Shochikubai is said to be "Saikan no Sanyu" (The Three Friends of the Year), one of the themes of Chinese paintings. It is said that Shochikubai is an auspicious plant because the pine and bamboo trees keep green and the plum blossoms bloom even in the bitterly cold winter. It is said that "Matsu, Take and Ume" became a symbol of good omen in Japan from the Heian period, because pine trees are evergreen and lead to eternal youth and longevity, bamboo trees, which are also evergreen, were from the Muromachi period, and plum trees, which bloom in winter, were from the Edo period. The "crane" and "turtle" of the couple, who are happily together, are there. It is said that "cranes live for 1,000 years and turtles live for ten thousand years" according to the Chinese Taoist theory. It is said that cranes live for 1,000 years and turtles live for ten thousand years, and it has been regarded as a sign of longevity. The origin of Shochikubai is said to be "Saikan no Sanyu" (The Three Friends of the Year), one of the themes of Chinese paintings. It is said that Shochikubai is an auspicious plant because the pine and bamboo trees keep green and the plum blossoms bloom even in the bitterly cold winter. It is said that "Matsu, Take and Ume" became a symbol of good omen in Japan from the Heian period, because pine trees are evergreen and lead to eternal youth and longevity, bamboo trees, which are also evergreen, were from the Muromachi period, and plum trees, which bloom in winter, were from the Edo period. The "crane" and "turtle" of the couple, who are happily together, are there. It is said that "cranes live for 1,000 years and turtles live for ten thousand years" according to the Chinese Taoist theory. It is said that cranes live for 1,000 years and turtles live for ten thousand years, and it has been regarded as a sign of longevity. Matsu, Take, Bai, Tsuru, and Kame is an Engi-zu that represents all the celebrations including the new spring, wishing for the healthy longevity of the couple and further development of your family.
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