Japanese print for men

Japanese print for men

Regular price $30.99

Putting on this Japanese men's print, it will offer an authentic Japanese touch to your interior

Originally, woodcut ( Japanese print ) was inspired by ukiyo-e art. It is an artistic current that represents the image of the floating world. This spiritual concept comes from Buddhism.

Ukiyo-e art develops in a neighborhood in the city of Yoshiwara, during the Tokugawa Shogunate (feudal dictatorship). This place of entertainment, made up of brothels and kabuki theaters, was highly appreciated by the middle class of the time.

This Japanese painting depicts a samurai man dressed in traditional clothing. On his left shoulder, we see two spiritual faces illustrating the good and the bad. Iris flowers (shoubu) meanwhile symbolize trust and courage.

  • Package includes a Japanese print replica
  • The design is made on a 100% cotton canvas
  • Decorative canvas is packed in a tube for easy delivery

Here are some tips for adopting a Japanese decoration :


💯 For a successful decoration, think about measuring the dimensions of where you will hang the Japanese canvas before ordering it.

💯 Supplied without the frame, you can add one if you want to add a traditional touch to this wall canvas .

💯 Canvas is ideal because it is easy to handle and light: you can hang it without difficulty or put it on a sideboard or chest of drawers.

💯 The second positive point of Japanese canvas is its material: cotton allows you to maintain the depth of the colors and give a nice matte finish.

💯 Complete your home decor with a representation of a fighter of the rising sun. The samurai painting will be perfect for Japanese your apartment.

💯 If you want to discover even more paintings inspired by ukiyo-e, take a look at our collection of japanese print . It is made up of numerous replicas of woodcut .

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