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KYO GAR079
KYO GAR079

Japanese Copper Rain Chains
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KYO GAR079More Details
Hand made vintage copper rain chain.
Rain chains (Japanese: kusari doi) are alternatives to a downspout. They are widely used in Japan. Their purpose is largely decorative, to make a water feature out of the transport of rainwater from the guttering downwards to a drain or to a storage container. (Rainwater is sometimes collected for household usage.) Rain water run-off gets distributed from a rooftop gutter downward through the rain chain.
Only ONE chain left.

Size: approximately 7' (214cm) long.
Location: Kyoto warehouse
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KYO GAR066
KYO GAR066

Japanese Iron Kasuga Lantern

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Rare Iron Kasuga style lantern with decorative details.
Paulownia crests and foo lions on light box, chrysanthemum on light box base, and etched dragon (barely see it because it is old) on the pole.
It is rusty but still stable and in good condition.
19th Century.

Size: H 5' (154cm), 2'1" (63cm) in diameter at roof.
Location: kyoto warehouse
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Price: $4500.00

KYO GAR047
KYO GAR047

Japanese Large Stone Okuno-In Style Lantern with Tiger and Foo Lion

KYO GAR047More Details
Very large 12' (360cm) Okuno-in Style Lantern.
Hand carved Granite stone.
Okuno-In Style is a fusion of stone lantern and sculptural art. Some people call it as the top of all lanterns.
Beautiful deep carving of Tiger & Bamboo and Foo Lion & Peony on the light box.
Also there are very detailed deep carving of 12 zodiac symbols around the light box base.

Edo ~ Meiji Period (19th Century)

Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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KYO GAR044
KYO GAR044

Dated 1696 Edo period 9 feet Stone Lantern

KYO GAR044More Details
A Beautiful 9 feet tall Shrine stone lantern collected at Kyoto Auction.

Below information is carved on the pole stone.
"Donation for Toushou Gu Shrine.
The 9th year in Genroku era (1696), April 17th.
Donated by Minamotono Yoritaka, the Feudal Load of Iyo Region (current Ehime prefecture in Shikoku)"

Toushou Gu was a type of Shinto shrine which commemorate the 1st Tokugawa Shogun, Ieyasu who died in 1616. All the regional feudal loards built Toushou Gu in their region to show their obedience to the Tokugawa government. There used to be about 500 Touoshou Gu in Japan in Edo period, however most of them were combined and reduced in Meiji period (late 18th century) to current 130 shrines.

Approx. size: Height 9' (270cm), Diameter 3'6" (108cm)
Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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Price: $12000.00

KYO GAR007
KYO GAR007

Tsuri Dourou / Japanese Iron Hanging Lantern
Late Edo - Meiji period (cir. 1800 - 1900)

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All original and excellent condition.
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Size: H8.5" + 2" handle x Dia7.5"
( LOCATION: KYOTO WAREHOUSE)

Price: $450.00

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