90mm cube miniature "Kyo-Kaiseki Tamayura" : Taro, painted, Non-scale
Approximate size (including base and case): 10cm wide, 10cm deep and 10cm high
Lighting: 3 LED lights, switch on the bottom, button battery (1 CR2032)
Note: 9cm cubic transparent case included. Due to the handmade nature of the work, some details may vary.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
Taro has created over 200 palm-sized works of art lit up with LEDs.
A small story in a small work of art. Enjoy them in a world of images.
Overhanging eaves, natural stone monuments and larger stone pavements
A stone garden and a quietly falling waterfall in the courtyard resembling a red Shinto bridge
At the end of the corridor there is a Japanese painting and a light behind a shoji.
It is difficult to see in the image, but
From the entrance on the right hand side, you can see the shoji screen of the detached room at the back.
Three LED lights
This piece is one of Taro's series of "90mm Cube Miniatures", which fit into a dice-shaped case of 9cm per side. With the case, there is no need to worry about dust or damage, and the miniatures are a pleasure to collect as they look uniform when arranged.
Also available as a gift.
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