We love things of beauty. Here it is a shop where you can find intricate works of art.
All of which have been handpicked on our trips around the world.
Our mission is to preserve a bit of art with every single unique piece.
You can wipe out an entire generation, you can burn their homes to the ground and somehow they'll still find their way back. But if you destroy their history, you destroy their achievements and it's as if they never existed.
During the 14th century, the development of the great Zen monasteries in Kamakura and Kyoto had a major impact on the visual arts. Suibokuga, an austere monochrome style of ink painting introduced from the Song and Yuan dynasty in China. This type of painting was executed with quick brush strokes and a minimum of detail.
By the end of the 14th century, monochrome landscape paintings (山水画 sansuiga) had found patronage by the ruling Ashikaga family and was the preferred genre among Zen painters, gradually evolving from its Chinese roots to a more Japanese style.