This is innovation news for Greeting Cards, because the new traditional woodblock print is introduced to Greeting Card.
This luxurious Greeting Card is decorated by flower patterned washi and golden frame. You can send it for anywhere by postage mail using envelope and message-card packed with together.
This woodblock print greeting card is showing the Nagoya castle which is designed by Koitsu Tsuchiya in 1937, and it was reproduced by present craft workers for carving and printing. The size is just perfect as a greeting card and it is made based on traditional woodblock techniques, with high value art work. Try our new category of woodblock prints! It is ideal to send as a gift, but also just perfect for displaying!
A long time ago when Tokyo was called Edo,
Nihonbashi was a center of Edo.
Many Ukiyo-e artists such as Hiroshige, Hokusai, Hasui have made Nihonbashi a subject for woodblock print (Ukiyo-e). But, in these latter days, it was covered with steel reinforced concrete.
Tatuharu drew a picture of the real Nihonbashi that found artistry in such a scenery. And, His design become the modern times Ukiyo-e through Shokunins (Super Technicians) taking over traditional woodblock print technic since Edo period.
Such a woodblock-print you have never seen before!
This video is procedure how to
make woodblock print which is
the first product of our company,
Our products are made by Shokunin
who is super technician taking over
Japanese traditional technic since
200 years ago.
It is completed through a lot of
handmade processes, and these
delicate and fine works are making
amazing characteristic you have
never seen in any other kind of arts.
Introducing the first produce of Ukiyomokuhan !!
Our first produce is “Stair Lane on Route 339 in Tugaru Tappizaki”
designed by Okamoto Tatuharu, digital woodblock artist.
Here is Tappizaki in Tugaru located at the north end of Honshuu
island in Japan. The Route 339 at the cape of Tappizaki have
unique sightseeing place which have a stair lane impassable
for vehicles even though National highway.
The sunset is represented very beautifully using Japanese
traditional technic of woodblock print.
It also have a nostalgic feeling which makes you remember
the old memory when you are child.
The 2nd NEW product is the Beach you have never seen before in woodblock print
This is the 2nd NEW product produced by Ukiyomokuhan.
Here is Shirarahama beach in Wakayama prefecture in Japan.
This is one of the works in Kisuu series drown by Tatuharu Okamoto,
“Lively White Beach at Shirarahama in Kishuu Heisei famous views”.
A lot of beach umbrellas are represented very detail and delicate carving, of course, 100% hand making.
The gold and platinum powders are used to represent sand situation on the white beach, that is a special technic of Shokunin.
This is the ambitious new woodblock print you never seen before.
"Ukiyomokuhan will send you amazing impression and pleasure"
Our company "Ukiyomokuhan" will provide Woodblock prints which is Japanese traditional industrial arts for the peoples all over the world.
Wood Blockprints will make you enjoy with amazing impression you have never experienced in any other arts.
Our Woodblock Prints are designed for present world (Ukiyo) in each eras since 200 years ago until now. We guarantee 100% handmade and 100% made in Japan as it is made by super technician "Shokunin" using Japanese materials.The design object will not be only for domestic in Japan, we will extend to other countries.
And, we will create any other kind of designed Woodblock Prints, not only for landscape view. This handmade Wood Block is caved to very detail but printed to very grand, and it have high artistic potential you cannot experience in any other arts. Even though that, we will sell them in low price because we would like to many people can enjoy it as much as we can. We think you can make your relationships happy, if you give the Wood Blockprints to them for the gift.
We are also happy as we can provide the high quality artistic Japanese products for many peoples all over the world.
川崎 章治 (Kawasaki Shoji)