Noren the great wave of kanagawa

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Noren the great wave of kanagawa, a japanese curtain featuring one of the most iconic piece of art in Japan, ready to magnify your interior as your outdoor.

Description:
Materials: Cotton, Linen.
2 Sizes :
85*90 cm ( 33*36 in ) – 35.90$ ( shipping included)
85*120 cm ( 33*47 in ) – 39.90$ ( shipping included)

100% new, High quality

Shipping time :
USA | 13-20 days
West EUROPA | 15-20 days
Japan, south Korea | 12-20 days
Australia | 15-30 days
Rest of the world | 15-45 days

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Description

Noren the great wave of kanagawa, a japanese curtain featuring one of the most iconic piece of art in Japan, ready to magnify your interior as your outdoor.

Description:
Materials: Cotton, Linen.
2 Sizes :
85*90 cm ( 33*36 in ) – 35.90$ ( shipping included)
85*120 cm ( 33*47 in ) – 39.90$ ( shipping included)

100% new, High quality

Shipping time :
USA | 13-20 days
West EUROPA | 15-20 days
Japan, south Korea | 12-20 days
Australia | 15-30 days
Rest of the world | 15-45 days

More on Asia Emarket ?

 

About Noren on Asia Emarket ?

Noren (暖簾) are traditional Japanese fabric dividers hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows. They usually have one or more vertical slits cut from the bottom to nearly the top of the fabric, allowing for easier passage or viewing. Noren are rectangular and come in many different materials, sizes, colors, and patterns.

Noren on Asia Emarket are all coming with a telescopic rod permitting you to proceed the installation as soon as you receive your good.

Ideally you will install the noren on your door to separate two spaces, you can also use it for your wardrobe.

Details Noren the great wave of kanagawa

About Noren ?

Noren (暖簾) are traditional Japanese fabric dividers hung between rooms, on walls, in doorways, or in windows. They usually have one or more vertical slits cut from the bottom to nearly the top of the fabric, allowing for easier passage or viewing. Noren are rectangular and come in many different materials, sizes, colors, and patterns.

Our Noren are made from cotton & linen.

 

About the 36 views of Mount Fuji ?

Katsushika Hokusai [葛飾 北斎] Born in Edo, now Tokyo, in October 31, 1760 and died in May 10, 1849 was a Japanese artist, ukiyo-e painter and printmaker of the Edo period. (now Tokyo), Hokusai is best known as author of the woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽三十六景 Fugaku Sanjūroku-kei, c. 1831)

The serie of the thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (富嶽三十六景) was produced from 1830 to 1832, when Hokusai was in his seventies and at the height of his career, and published by Nishimura Yohachi.

It’s a serie of landscape prints depicting Mount Fuji from different locations and in various seasons and weather conditions. Despite its name, it actually consists of 46 prints, with 10 of them being added after the initial publication. Among the prints are three of Hokusai’s most famous: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (or The Great Wave); Fine Wind, Clear Morning; and Rainstorm Beneath the Summit. The series has been described as the artist’s “indisputable colour-print masterpiece”. Read more on Wikipedia. 

 

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We are always keen to answer all of your questions at contact@asia-emarket.com

 

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Size

85*120 cm ( 33*47 in ), 85*90 cm ( 33*36 in )

1 review for Noren the great wave of kanagawa

  1. Yuno Salazar

    For japanese lovers it’s just great. I use mine to separate the entrance and the corridor and it has effect on everyone entering my house. I keep one point because i still have to wait 20 days to receive it.

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