Item description - YO07010136
Ikkan Fuugetsu Ishidohyo, Japanese Stone Post - Decorative stone posts can be seen all over Japan. These so-called Ishidōhyō (石道標) are slightly placed in the ground and feature carved text from top to bottom. These texts can refer to various topics. It can for example tell directions or be a description of a location. Next to this, the posts often feature a more poetic text.
The text on this Ishidōhyō reads as follows: Ikkan Fuugetsu (一竿風月). This means: Enjoying natural beauty with a fishing rod in hand. This is a metaphor for leaving behind worldly burdens and enjoying a leisurely life together with nature.
• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan
• Material: Hirukawa stone (蛭川石)
• Age: Meiji period
Model and sizes
|YO07010136||22 cm||22 cm||108 cm||€ 2550.00|
|EUR: 2550.00 ≈ EUR: Item is Sold|
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