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Tokugawa Stronghold

The roof is often the most impressive part of traditional Japanese architecture. In many cases, ornate roofs can be seen to make up half or more of a given structure. There is something endlessly engaging about the sweeping lines and complex tiling. This roof is part of a large Buddhist temple complex in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture, which dates back to the dawn of the Edo Period (1603-1868). Close inspection will reveal the hollylock crest of the Tokugawa clan, the shoguns who ruled Japan for nearly three centuries.

Specs:
・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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