Project Tag: calligraphy

Japanese Calligraphy – suspicion

Japanese Calligraphy – suspicion

The allure of "kai" lies in its ability to blur the boundaries between the known and the otherworldly, inviting contemplation of the unseen forces that shape human experience. "Kai" not only sparks curiosity but also serves as a reminder of the profound respect for nature and the acknowledgment of forces beyond human control.

Japanese Calligraphy: ‘marriage’

Japanese Calligraphy: ‘marriage’

In Japanese culture, the institution of marriage, or "kekkon" (結婚), holds deep-rooted significance, embodying the values of tradition, family, and societal harmony. Marriages are often seen as a union not just between two individuals, but between families, connecting lineages and fostering a sense of continuity.

Japanese Calligraphy: knot

Japanese Calligraphy: knot

In Japanese culture, the concept of "結" (knot, tie up), or "musubu," holds a deep and multifaceted significance. This kanji represents the act of binding, connecting, and uniting, reflecting the essence of relationships, harmony, and the interconnectedness of all things.

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