48cm Yumeji Takehisa | Camellia Red
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You can either pay directly online with your credit card or your PayPal account, or make a bank transfer.
- If your order is less than 60 000 ¥ : online payment is compulsory (credit card or PayPal account)
- If your order is 60 001￥ and more : online payment OR bank transfer.
Please note that if you use bank transfer, or credit card for an order of more than 120,000 Yen, there will be a transfer charge of 4000 yen which you must pay at your end. These fees will be added to the final invoice.
Please note that prices do not include VAT and customs fees. Payment of taxes and duties will be charged to the client by a carrier after the delivery.
Camelia is a typical Yumeji’s design.
- Code : 21180-545
- Dimensions : 48 x 48 cm (18.9″ x 18.9″).
- Weight : 47 g.
- Material : 100% cotton.
- Made in Japan.
- Gift Wrapping (Lunch Box etc..)
48 Yumeji Takehisa
Yumeji’s work use dynamic patterns and unique hue and tints everyday motifs that using is adjective pattern and unique hue and tints built on everyday motif.
Yumeji TAKEHISA (1884-1934)
The “Bijinga” pictures of Yumeji TAKEHISA who is also known as in the Taisho Roman (general term for the thought and culture events in the Taisho period) great painter. Yumeji’s work focused on products for daily life and commercial product design. He was revolutionary graphic designer.