Chozubachi手水钵 is commonly seen in Japan used to wash hands before entering the temples, shrines or gardens. This delicate designed Chozubachi was seen in Tokyo when Wendy and her family visited a small temple one cloudy early morning. The "Zen" peace and calmness spread from its moss covered stone and natural bamboo spout deeply impressed the visitor.
- Photograph by: YanHomeandLiving
- Age: 2015
- Origin: Kyoto, Japan
- Orientation: Portrait
- Paper: Acid-free Archival Matte Paper.
- Thickness: Heavy weight 230 gsm (6 pt.) paper certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
- Print Method: Unique inkjet printing (known as giclée) uses 10 inks to create a fluid finish & incredible resolution.
- Mount and Frame: Prints do not come mounted and are unframed.
- Package: 16" x 20" or larger are wrapped in tissue paper and rolled into a shipping tube. Anything smaller will be delivered unmounted and flat.
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