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Beaming Down

Traveller's inns have played an important role in Japan since feudal times. They were frequented by everyone from monks, merchants and townsfolk to daimyo (feudal lords), who travelled regularly to the capital to pay their respects to the Tokugawa Shogunate. Inns were often designed in relation to the sun, allowing the innkeeper to track the time of day and the seasons by the light streaming through slatted windows, across the wooden beams. A carefully tended flame in the open hearth produced enough smoke to give ground to these rays.

・Limited edition print, one of 50

・High-quality reproduction
 on Pictorico Pro Soft Gloss paper (300m)
Paper size:  483mm x 329mm

Frame Specs:
Black aluminium frame with clear acrylic glazing
Bevel edged white mount
Adjustable hanging fixtures already attached
Ready to hang on wall
Frame size: 600mm x 445mm



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