Iba Sensen is a high-end gift gidson for gifts.
(with stands and large paulowboxes)
As a gift, it is an ornamental fan that is best suited for decorative points in the room.
In the early Edo period, it was a motif of 'Hanakuma' by painters of the Kano school.In addition, there are cherry blossoms and red and white plum trees.
|Hi-ogi (Japanese cypress): Iba Sengen Original Sensu, 24|
|price||-150,000 (separate consumption tax)|
|Materials||Wooden (Japanese cypress wood)|
Sensu was born in Kyoto.
Its history is old, and it goes back to the Heian period.
It is said that the first fan, 'Hi-ogi,' was born in the Heian period, which was used in the Heian period, which was used as a replacement for the paper.
It is said to be the oldest cypress fan in Japan, which was found in the arms of the Thousand-armed Goddess of the Thousand-armed Kannon in To-ji Temple, which was recorded in the first year of the Genkei.
This cypress fan is the original method of making the handle of 'Hana-sha' (a flower cart) on a thin sheet of Japanese cypress with the latest techniques of modern makie (Japanese lacquer makie) and the technique of the craftsmen in Kyoto.
Make a thought of the old days of the Heian period, and take up the decorations at the end of the year.