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Japanese Calligraphy / Kakejiku - Japanese Hanging Scroll

Japanese calligraphy, also known as shodo, is an art form that involves writing characters using a brush, ink, and paper.

This traditional practice dates back to the Heian period (794-1185) and has been considered an essential aspect of Japanese culture for centuries. Calligraphy is valued for its aesthetic qualities and is used to write poems, inscriptions, and other texts. Calligraphers often study classical literature, kanji, and the works of past masters to improve their skills.

Today, Japanese calligraphy continues to be a popular form of self-expression and is practised both as an art and a meditation.

Osara handpicked calligrapher in Japan and bring this beautiful culture here. Every craft in here has only one exclusive available.