Tagosaku no Shinshiki Waterwheel" : Yukimasa Ito, painted, non-scale
Yukimasa Itoh's work will be exhibited at the exhibition "2011 Spring/Summer Story - N Tabijo" and will be available for delivery after the exhibition. Please note that this is an exhibition of works by Yukimasa Ito.
Please note that a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this work will be donated to the Great East Japan Earthquake relief efforts, in accordance with Ito's wishes.
Yukimasa Ito (K.ITO) Pre-painted, non-scale
Approximate dimensions of the case: width 34cm, depth 12.5cm, height 13.5cm
Agricultural implements of the Edo period
Manual Dragon Bone Wheel, Foot-operated Water Wheel
Information compilation: Sakatsu Gallery
This is a reproduction of an Edo-period water pumping system.
Mr. Tagosaku drawing water into the rice field in early spring when the water is still cold. The foot-operated waterwheel was the latest in its time! Kamekichi, the turtle, crawled out of hibernation on the dragon bone wheel.
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