This Matsubaro Matsukaze Kiseru Noren will be perfect as tapestry for your smoking areas. It is a high-quality reproduction of a kiseru woodblock print from the Edo Period and it features a famous socialite who is holding a kiseru by the moon window. The kiseru or long Japanese smoking pipe is an important implement during the Edo Period before the development of the tobacco in Japan. At first, the high societies in Japan would gather for a Tobacco Ceremony but when they started to want to smoke outside their homes, the kiseru soon became a status symbol and a fashion accessory among the elite and the young men and women from rich houses. Features:
- Made of 65% Rayon, 35% cotton; Hand-wash only. Do not dry-clean
- Measures 33.5" wide x 59" height; Weighs approx. 1.10 lbs.
- With 1" pocket for hanging rod; Noren rod is sold separately
- Non-reversible. Plain white on reverse side.
- Avoid direct exposure to sunlight
Matsubaro Matsukaze Kiseru Japanese Noren is made in Japan
Processing Time: 1-2 business days (excludes shipping time)