Guardian god Tiger on Kakejiku art

Tiger painting

Good luck Tiger painting art Kakejiku

Tiger on Kakejiku art

Tigers are one of the very popular subjects on Japanese Kakejiku art.

Kakejiku is Japanese traditional hanging scroll.

It is hung on the wall in Japanese style room, especially on alcove “Tokonoma”, since ancient time.

Tiger is a powerful animal, and Tiger painting on kakejiku has an important meaning.

When tiger is glaring at this way, that means tiger is glaring at the evil in your place.

Tiger’s powerful eyes are believed to have the power to beat the evil.

So tiger’s scary expression is protecting your place and the people living in your place.

Tiger painting Kakejiku has a strong good luck power.

Unique tiger & bamboo Japanese painting Kakejiku hanging scroll

Unique tiger & bamboo Japanese painting Kakejiku hanging scroll

Japanese painting Tiger and bamboo ink art kakejiku

Japanese painting Tiger and bamboo ink art kakejiku

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