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Hanging Scroll of 'Kyokushin Karate no Syo (Calligraphy of Kyokushin
Karate)'In commemoration of Mr. Oyama's death 10th
Part of his shirt is sewed
Limited Super rare product
Twenty five years have passed since Mr. Oyama died. In commemoration of Mr. Oyama's death 10th anniversary, this work is a memorabilia produced under the supervision of Masu.Oyama Enterprise (Yoshiyuki Oyama Kaiko), the head of the International Karatedo Federation Kyokushin Kaikan Sousaku Kaikan. Although we were thinking about production at the time as a limited number of 500 pieces, we actually only produced 50 pieces, and there are no plans to make additional production in the future. In addition, only selling to extreme branch offices nationwide and abroad, it will be a super rare product which is sold only a few in the general market.
Memorabilia Hanging Scroll of 'Kyokushin Karate no Syo (Calligraphy of Kyokushin Karate)'Sosai Mas. Oyama's calligraphic work of the kanji characters reading 'Kyokushin Karate' is transcribed into a handing scroll on high quality paper. The right fuutai as you face is sewed on with part of the shirt that Sosai Mas. Oyama would habitually use when he was alive. On the right side of the characters 'Kyokushin karate' written vertically, you recognize Sosai Mas. Oyama's autograph in kanji characters, below which his seal is put coupled with the seal of the International Karate Organization Kyokushinkaikan. This is one of Oyama's representative works of kanji calligraphy through which he expressed the Kyokushin karate he created. The characters not only give a strong sense of vigor as does the Kyokushin way, but they also provide a perfect harmony both individually and in aggregate. The level of oneness of mind and body that every Kyokushin practitioner aims to reach is embodied in sharp as well as in characters themselves. The hanging scroll is supplied in a box of paulownia wood, which is the insect-proof material of high-quality furniture in Japan. The top of the lid of the box carries the logo 'kami no te'(Godhand), and the back of the lid features the autograph（copy）of Kikuko Kuristina Oyama.Quantity (limited edition) : 500 Limited No : 34 Size of the hanging scroll itself (without Fuchin):(L) 1,760mm × (W) 515mm
Sosai Mas. Oyama would devote himself to calligraphy each day after he went into his karate training. Japanese have traditionally had "Syodou" or the art of calligraphy, through which they pursue the ideal way of life. Knowing that calligraphy is not real about writing characters accurately, Japanese calligraphers have been seeking their inner self using the art as an inner mirror to reflect their minds. Sosai Mas. Oyama learned this art of calligraphy by himself, leaving great many calligraphic works.
It was his custom to face his inner self through calligraphy after intense training. On the first day of each year he would do a special piece of calligraphy for the year and display it in the Kyokushinkaikan Honbu Dojo. His works of calligraphyhave been introduced in the books he wrote and other documents such as tournament posters.
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