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8.7"x12.8" + margins
Pencil signature and rakkan in the bottom margin
The Rokkaku-do pavilion of Choho-ji temple in Kyoto. Because the main hall is hexagonal shape, it is named as “Rokkaku” (“Six Edged”). It is also known as the birthplace of the Ikenobo school for flower arranging (ikebana). This print was carved and printed by the artist.
Format is Aiban tate-e. This is a first edition of a limited edtion run of 200 printed by the artist. Never circulated. No problems or flaws of note.