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My introduction into shodo is perhaps somewhat different than many others. My journey began back in the late 1960s as [...]
Hideyuki Kamon makes Kakejiku – the hanging scrolls you see in japanese tea rooms, temples or traditional guest houses. He [...]
前回、展覧会の作品をピックアップしてレポートいたしましたが、今回は２人の 篆刻 家にスポットをあててご紹介します。
What I respect the most within sumi-e is its nature of contrast, of opposition, the visual – morphological tension that [...]
Simon Silaidis urban calligraphy leads him through inner peace and serenity to the path of wisdom.
Welcome to Inspire Others. Since we are in the spring season and the tree and flowers are in bloom how [...]
My grandmother is one of the last generations to use the old Hiragana in daily life. By contrast, my Father, [...]
Unpei fude is also known as kami maki fude (紙巻筆, かみまきふで), or, maki fude, literally meaning “(paper) wrapped brush”, and [...]