Decorate your bedroom or living room with this beautiful replica of a Japanese samurai woodblock print
Japanese woodblock print is an ancient woodcutting technique known as xylography. It originated with ukiyo-e, which translates to “pictures of the floating world.” Originally, these prints depicted imaginary scenes infused with sadness, but they gradually evolved to symbolize themes of pleasure.
Ukiyo-e portrays various aspects of urban life, such as beautiful women, eroticism, calendars, theater, wrestlers, the fantastical, and landscapes.
The reproduction print we offer showcases a samurai repelling his enemies with the strength of his arms. To fully appreciate this artwork, it is best to view the triptych as a whole, where you can see two men attacking him from each side, while he tries to push them away with his hands.
- The package includes one replica of this Japanese woodblock print.
- The image is printed on a high-quality canvas, made of 100% cotton.
- The Japanese decoration is carefully rolled in a cardboard tube to ensure its protection during transportation.
Here are some recommendations for creating an interior decoration inspired by the archipelago:
Before ordering this modern woodblock print, we advise you to measure the space where you want to install it and position it at eye level to appreciate all the details.
The package does not include a frame, but you can add one to give a more traditional effect to this historical representation.
The advantage of canvas is that it is lighter and more easily maneuvered than a traditional woodblock print. You can hang it on the wall or place it on a piece of furniture without difficulty.
The cotton printing allows for deeper colors, a matte finish with no reflections, and excellent long-term durability.
For an even more vibrant replica, choose our shimmering canvas. It will bring a colorful touch and revive the brilliance of the room.
If you appreciate these representations, we recommend taking a look at our collection of Japanese woodblock prints. It features numerous reproductions that depict urban lifestyle in the Land of the Rising Sun.