Author: Keigetsu

We are happy to announce the launch of our custom order service. Due to requests from people outside Japan asking for digital data versions of our hard-copy(brushstroke characters), Japanese calligraphy works, we are pleased to now introduce this service to you. Previous uses include product posters, logo's, banners, videos, etc.. If you have an interest in Japanese culture, why not add

Visited Calligraphy Museum located in Taito-ku, Tokyo. The museum has hold a special exhibition "History of kanji" displaying a lot of inscriptions on various materials such as animal bones, stones and bronze wares since The 13 century B.C. in China. The museum is small and doesn't look like visually gorgeous much. But it has historically valuable collections and elaborate permanent display.

Visited a Japanese calligraphy exhibition “Contemporary SHO—See, Know and Feel Today’s Calligraphy” (from November 18, 2018 to January 6, 2019) held at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. It is important to look at the work of other calligraphers for my future creation.   About the exhibition This exhibition was comprised of six exiting Japanese male calligraphers. It didn't have a consistent theme though the

I'd like to introduce a Japanese calligraphy exhibition "The 40th Tokyo Shosaku-ten" in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Muesum. "Sho" means Japanese calligraphy and "saku" means "creation". Two of my works are displayed. This exhibition is a competition style and exhibitors created their works under some rules (e.g. paper size and genre of characters). It is held from 26 November to 2 December. The

Thank you for visiting the website "Brush Stroke"! In this website, I'd like to introduce basic information of Japanese calligraphy and a variety of works both classics and contemporary creations.