Sahari Art Work "Fujin Raijin" (Museum of Kyoto collection)
Under the motif of "Fujin Raijin" by Sotatsu Tawaraya in Kenninji Temple, Kyoto City, nihonga painter Toyoo Miyanishi (born in 1942) painted this on Sahari Tsuzure Brocade.
- Size: H 59.0 cm X W 89.0 cm
Genji Monogatari Emaki (The Tale of Genji Painting Rolls)
"Genji Monogatari Emaki" are painting scrolls illustrated at the end of the Heian period, which describe the feature-length novel "The Tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu at the beginning of the 11 century. With a motif based on "Scene of Takekawa" from the novel, Nihonga painter Toyoo Miyanishi (born in 1942) painted this on Sahari Tsuzure Brocade.
- Size: W 62.0 cm X H 36.0 cm
Forest scenery of Kitayama cedar trees
Nihonga painter Toyoo Miyanishi (born in 1942) painted the beautiful scenery of a Kitayama cedar forest, which Kyoto is proud of, on Sahari Tsuzure Brocade.
- Size: W 49.0 cm X H 59.0 cm
Samurai had preferred the motif of dragonflies as "winning insects" since they move only forward without retreating. Dragonflies had been used as motifs on samurai's family crests or patterns on armor. In this artwork, stained glasses are equipped on Sahari Tsuzure Brocade
- Size: W 44.0 cm X H 60.0 cm
Lilies of the Nile
It is designed from the decoration pattern of the Mediterranean coastal palace architecture. Using Sahari Tsuzure Brocade as its base, clock artisan Mr. Yoshio Kishimoto made a wall clock.
- Size: W 33.0 cm X H 33.0 cm