Tatebanko is a forgotten Japanese art of creating amazing dioramas and scenic perspective from paper. tebanko was popular and widely admired from the Edo period (17th century ) to the early 20th century. Now this beautiful japanese art is revived and you can enjoy creating your own tatebanko.
Graet gift idea for any diy, paper craft ,japanese art lovers enjoy making this beautiful model and placing it in your room of office.
the diorama requires some skills with scissors because it is not a pop-up and you need to cut carefully along the lines and glue sometime small line and image in the correct spots.
HOKUSAI "36 Scenes of Mt.Fuji” The Great Wave off Kanagawa
Hokusai (1760～1849) is one of the most renowned Ukiyo-e painter of the Edo period in Japan. The world famous “The Great Wave” is a piece of artwork from “36 Scenes of Mt.Fuji”. Hokusai himself did “Tatebanko paper sculpture”in those days and we are celebrating this well-known masterpiece with our owninterpretation. Hokusai Tatebanko remix complete size W:185×D:190×H:124/mm | W:7.28×D:3.54×H:4.88/inch