Utagawa Edo Portrait Bag

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A handbag inspired by the artwork of Japanese artist Utagawa Kunisada (1786- 1865). <br> <br> This bag features a design showing two kabuki actors playing the roles of Yoshitsune and Benkei, fighting at Gojo bridge. <br> <br> Utagawa Kunisada was known to be one of the most popular designer of woodblock prints during Edo period (1603 and 1868). <br> <br>

A handbag inspired by the artwork of Japanese ukiyo-e artist, Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865).

This unique bag has been crafted from real leather and eco-friendly microfibre, and features a metal clasp. The design shows a scene by Utagawa Kunisada of two kabuki actors playing the warring figures of Yoshitsune and Benkei, from a print named Fight on Gojo Bridge (1852).

Born in 1786, Utagawa Kunisada became known as one of the most popular Japanese designers of woodblock prints during the Edo Period (1603-1868). Also known as Toyokuni III, he was best known for his many ukiyo-e-style prints of Kabuki actors.

Kabuki is a style of classical Japanese theatre, known for its extravagant costumes and kumadori make-up. Kabuki encompasses acting, dance and song, and is now protected on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

A stylish gift celebrating centuries of Japanese art and culture.

  • Product Code: CMCN485910
  • Dimensions: H33 x W50 x L7cm
  • Material: Real leather, eco-friendly microfibre, metal buckle
  • Postage Weight: 0.02 Kg

A handbag inspired by the artwork of Japanese artist Utagawa Kunisada (1786- 1865). <br> <br> This bag features a design showing two kabuki actors playing the roles of Yoshitsune and Benkei, fighting at Gojo bridge. <br> <br> Utagawa Kunisada was known to be one of the most popular designer of woodblock prints during Edo period (1603 and 1868). <br> <br>

A handbag inspired by the artwork of Japanese ukiyo-e artist, Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865).

This unique bag has been crafted from real leather and eco-friendly microfibre, and features a metal clasp. The design shows a scene by Utagawa Kunisada of two kabuki actors playing the warring figures of Yoshitsune and Benkei, from a print named Fight on Gojo Bridge (1852).

Born in 1786, Utagawa Kunisada became known as one of the most popular Japanese designers of woodblock prints during the Edo Period (1603-1868). Also known as Toyokuni III, he was best known for his many ukiyo-e-style prints of Kabuki actors.

Kabuki is a style of classical Japanese theatre, known for its extravagant costumes and kumadori make-up. Kabuki encompasses acting, dance and song, and is now protected on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List.

A stylish gift celebrating centuries of Japanese art and culture.

  • Product Code: CMCN485910
  • Dimensions: H33 x W50 x L7cm
  • Material: Real leather, eco-friendly microfibre, metal buckle
  • Postage Weight: 0.02 Kg
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