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Hiroshi Yanagi Oriental Art


Folding Screens with Painting of Pines at Miho and Fishing Nets

For Asia Week Autumn 2023, we are pleased to feature Folding Screens with Painting of Pines at Miho and Fishing Nets, which depicts a scenic site with the vivid green Pines of Miho lining the beach on one side of the screen and the snow-covered, sacred Mount Fuji on the other. These folding screens can be reversed to create different composition of the same theme.



Our gallery is located on Shinmonzen-dōri, known as Kyoto’s foremost location for businesses specializing in antiques.
You will recognize our building by its characteristic facade that is dominated by large blue glass panels—an unusual feature in our neighborhood. In our white gallery space, we exhibit a wide selection of artworks covering the entire scope of Japanese art. Objects include Buddhist and Shintō sculptures, masks of the Nō theater, screens, hanging scrolls, and ceramics. Savoring these artworks one by one, their captivating beauty will open up to you the full breadth of Japan’s long history and culture. We would be delighted to help you find just the right piece for you.

For twelve years, we ran a gallery in the United Kingdom and we are fortunate to count many overseas clients among our customers. Not a few clients greet us with “I’m back again!” when they enter our gallery during visits to Japan.

Many of our artworks have been acquired by major museums in the United States. Of course, we will be happy to arrange overseas shipping for you.

Also, please do not hesitate to contact us in English.

Please drop by our gallery anytime. We look forward to your visit!