Monday, November 20, 2017

Charity Screen Sale

We are going to hold a Charity Screen Sale at the Franciscan Chapel Centre in Tokyo from November 24 to 26.  More than 200 new and antique screens and woodblock prints are brought over from Kyoto for sale and viewing.  We also have silent auctions and a drawing for a FREE screen.  Please join us and explore the collections of Japanese traditional artworks.  Admission is free. 




See details at the page,

http://www.japanesescreens.net/FCC2017.html


Thursday, September 21, 2017

Summer Sale

Our Summer Sale ended on September 10.   Thank you for your support.  For those of you who bought screens in the sale, we sincerely hope you like and keep it for a long time.  Our next sale is scheduled for end of November at Franciscan Chapel Center in Tokyo.  It wll be a fund raising event for the Chapel.  Details will be announced afterwards.

Friday, September 1, 2017

Summer Sale

Summer Sale  started today ! 




There are 15 collections of screen for sale on internet.   See below site for details.   The sale ends September 10. 




http://www.japanesescreens.net/summersale2017.html

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Summer Sale

We are holding summer clearance sale in our website from the last day of August to September 10th.

See our web page, http://www.japanesescreens.net/summersale2017.html


Monday, July 31, 2017

Monthly special in August

We have selected one screen for August's special offer.  It is Samurai on horse back with armour.  See details of the screen.

http://www.japanesescreens.net/monthly_special.html

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Monthly special in April

We have selected a screen for monthy special in April.   That is  "Cherry Blossoms at night".  It is a sign of spring arrival and we feel warm days everywhere.  At night, some people go out for dancing/drinking under the trees.   See the screen picture at http://www.japanesescreens.net/monthly_special.html


Saturday, October 8, 2016

Suzuki Kiitsu screen exhibition

The Suntory museum in Tokyo has an exhibition of screen paintings by Suzuki Kiitsu in October 2016.  Of the displayed screens, the most unique and great one is "Morning Glory".  It was brought over from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NY for the viewing in Tokyo.   It is a pair of tall 6-panel gold leaf screens.  Great works by Suzuki Kiitsu(1796-1858).  It's worth seeing that while you are in Tokyo.