A Glass at the Moon Viewing Inframe : Nobuko Kameda Finished product version Non-scale
In-frame series for easy display in your room, entryway or desk
Size (approx): 160mm (W) x 95mm (D) x 120mm (H)
Note: Button battery (CR2032x1) power supply on the bottom. The switch can be used to turn on/off the two LED lights, and the volume can be dimmed by turning it with a precision screwdriver.
The frame can not be removed.
The frame is not removable.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
Autumn is a time of harvest. Nobuko Kameda's in-frame style work recreates in miniature the chic scene of having a drink while watching the moon.
In this miniature version of the traditional Japanese tsukimi (moon viewing) scene, Nobuko Kameda has recreated the sounds of the moon in miniature.
You can also enjoy a more attractive night view with LED lights.
A three-dimensional little world trapped inside a small picture frame! This series of dioramas are palm-sized and can be placed anywhere, making them easy to display and enjoy.
The dioramas come in a case to reduce the risk of dust and damage.
The dioramas come in a case, which reduces the risk of dust and damage, so you can enjoy them for longer. It is also a great gift idea.
You can also find the work of Nobuko Kameda.
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