Frosiki -Takehisa Yumeji -Tsubaki - Red-
It can be used in various ways depending on your ideas.
Wrapping, bags, table mats, tapestries, etc.
Made in Japan
Size : 48cmx48cm / 18.9"x 18.9"
Yumeji Takehisa (Japanese: 竹久 夢二, Hepburn: Takehisa Yumeji, born Mojirō Takehisa (竹久 茂次郎, Takehisa Mojirō), 16 September 1884 – 1 September 1934) was a Japanese poet and painter. He is known foremost for his Nihonga illustrations of bijin, beautiful women and girls, though he also produced a wide variety of works including book covers, serial newspaper illustrations, furoshiki, postcards, and patterned washi paper.