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Young Girls Playing Temari

Size: 40 cm by 27 cm (15.75 in by 10.63 in) | Enlargement | Shipping Code: [L] ?

Designer: Torii Kiyohiro

Era: Mid Showa | Production quality (1~5): 4 | Condition (1~5): 4

Price: 8,000 yen (click to see conversions)

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Description: This is an example of a woodblock print of the 'beni-zuri-e' type (literally red-green-picture), and the original design dates from that time period when a full palette of color printing had yet been established.

Temari were/are Japanese balls made of twine, and the idea of the game is to keep the ball in the air as long as possible ...

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