'The Seventh Month' 11 x 14 print
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This beautiful woodblock print from the V&A archive, seen in the Japan: Myths to Manga exhibition, features a detail from a triptych depicting six girls dancing at the Tanabata festival. All dressed in matching, elaborately patterned kimonos, with combs and pins decorated with flowers in their hair and seasonal lanterns hanging above.
Detail from The Seventh Month, from the series The Five Festivals Utagawa Kunisada (1786-1865)
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
28 x 35.5cm (11 x 14in)
Giclée printed on 300 gsm textured watercolour paper
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Japan: Myths to Manga
Take an exciting and atmospheric trip through Japanese history – and explore how landscape and folklore have influenced Japan's culture, technology and design.