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 This elegant Japanese folding fan, known as a sensu, features a beautiful ukiyo-e painting by the famous Edo-period artist Kitagawa Utamaro.


  1. Artistic Design:

    • The fan displays an artwork by Kitagawa Utamaro, renowned for his portraits of beautiful women (bijin-ga). The design shows a graceful geisha surrounded by vibrant flowers.
  2. High-Quality Materials:

    • Made from high-quality paper and bamboo, the fan is both durable and lightweight. The bamboo ribs are finely carved with delicate patterns.
  3. Functional and Decorative:

    • This fan is practical for keeping cool and can also be used as a decorative piece in homes or offices. Its foldable nature makes it easy to carry around.
  4. Cultural Significance:

    • Used in traditional Japanese dance performances, tea ceremonies, and as part of formal attire, fans like this symbolize grace and elegance.

About Kitagawa Utamaro:

Kitagawa Utamaro (c. 1753 – 1806) was a renowned ukiyo-e artist known for his portraits of beautiful women. His work captured the elegance and emotions of women, making him one of the most influential artists of his time.