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[Boy's Day fukusa with two samurai on horseback design]

[Boy's Day fukusa with two samurai on horseback design]
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cloth
H: 13.75 in, W: 13.75 in
fabric

, unknown

(2004.1.112)

Gift of Barbara Kawakami

Description

1 ceremonial wrapping cloth (fukusa) ; 13.75 x 13.75 in.

Boy's Day fukusa depicting two samurai on horseback riding on a field of blue, tan and brown. Pine tree branches along top edge in black, gray and cream and barren tree branch behind snow covered railing at bottom right.

History
Originally belonged to Mrs. Kimiko Yahiro, Waipahu, Hawaii. Fukusa was used to wrap gifts.

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