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Readers of Japanese: what do these words say? (please see inside)

Asked by 2davidc8 (9409points) 1 month ago

Here’s the link to a photo of some Japanese words:

https://imgur.com/fI3Gy3N

I’m wondering what kind of object it is.

Thanks!

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Hawaii_Jake's avatar

I cannot read the Japanese. It’s too advanced for me. I can tell you what it is, though. It’s a very hard, thick paper square used to write stylized Kanji on and display. It could also be used for painting sumi-e or ink paintings.

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Sunshouanshikishi
寸松庵色紙

I think it was the title of a calligraphy book published in the Heian Period

2davidc8's avatar

I think that, in a way, you are both correct. You are just referring to 2 different aspects of it. Thank you for your replies.

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