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Sumi-e ( Suiboku-ga ) paper / 1set
This is paper for suiboku-ga (also called Sumi-e), Japanese monochrome ink painting

  • ID: 22355 Stock: 1000 ¥
    Ink stone (suzuri) for caligraphy / 1pc
    Bokuchi Suzuri is a stone mortar for the grinding and containment of sumi ink.
    It is double sided, made from Ceramic Size: W89×D26×H149mm

    ID: 15692
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    Ink stick for caligraphy / 1pc

    ID: 15694 Options

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    Bokuju ( Japanese ink ) for beginner or practice purpose / 1 bottle
    • This sumi ink is for beginner or practice.

    ID: 15695 Options

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    Bokuju ( Japanese ink ) for shodo ( caligraphy ) : Kuretake brand / 1 bottle
    • Sumi ink made by Kuretake Japan

    ID: 15696 Options

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    Bokuju ( Japanese ink ) for shodo ( caligraphy) : Kaimei brand / 1 bottle
    The most popular Bokujyu ( Sumi Ink ) in Japan for writing or drawing in Gold and Silver ink.
    Size :60 ml bottle

    ID: 15914 Options

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    Turner Japanesque Colours / 1set

    ID: 22333 Options

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    Gofun powder / 1pack
    Gofun is an opaque white pigment made from pulverized high quality oyster shells. It has a pearl like luster. Used in traditional japanese doll making, and also often splashed on a print to imitate effects such as snow in a three dimensional manner.
    It is made from natural clam shell, by allowing Oyster shells to decompose until all organic matter is gone then grinding the remaining shell. Nowadays there is only one or two traditional manufacturer left doing this.
    Mix Gofun with melted NIKAWA (Japanese traditional glue id.16672) and using brush for applying to doll/goods.

    ID: 12257 Options

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    Gofun powder / 1pc
    Gofun is a white pigment, used in Japan from the Muromachi period to the present day. Gofun was made of calcium carbonate powder obtained by heating and pulverizing the shells of oysters and clams, collected around the Inland Sea coast. It was used alone, or mixed with other pigments (guiri) to lighten the colour tone. An example is cinnabar mixed with gofun, called shu-no-gu (cinnabar-shell). In woodblock prints (ukiyo-e), gofun was sometimes rubbed directly on the picture surface, or sprinkled to give the effect of falling snow. Mixed with animal glue (nikawa), it was used as a coating on paper gubiki, an adhesive for sprinkled gold dust (fundami), and a priming (doroji), on statues and masks after the Kamakura period.
    These type of Gofun is ready-to-use
    When using it, you don’t need to grind, Just add warm water.
    It is very easy to use and gives you the same quality of gofun (id.12257).

  • Size : 150 gram
  • ID: 16671 Options

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    Gofun paste ( Miyako no Yuki ) / 1 tube
    Superior Quality Shell White.
    • This paste type of gofun is already contains Nikawa.
    1. Take needed volume and put in a small container.
    2. Put some water approximatelly half to same volume of the Gofun
    3. Using some brush , stir well.. and ready to use ( just like ordinary painting )
    4. If you want to make it more thinner , you can put some more water and MORE nikawa (NOT just water).

  • Size : 20 ml
  • ID: 16669
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    Padico Doll Finisher / 1pc
    • Waterbased Acrylic Polymer Emulsion coat for clay doll and modeling cast doll finish. Finish color is clear. Doll skin becomes matte texture with the first coating. Repeat coating for a few times and the skin becomes clear tranparent complexion. After the coating, you can make-up with color paints. Once the doll finisher either clear or gohun is coated on the skin, you can fix doll face make-up. Use a marketed painting oil for wipe lines off, and adjust the lines.

    ID: 3675 Options

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