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Update : June 15th, 2018

No.1204
Irises design
[304] H36" x W66" x D3/4" inch

No.2202
Red and white camellia design
[204M] H24" x W48" x D3/4" inch

No.3201
Weeping Cherry design
[204W] H24" x W63" x D3/4" inch

No.1202
Weeping Cherry design
[304] H36" x W66" x D3/4" inch

No.2201
White Plum design
[204M] H24" x W48" x D3/4" inch

No.1203
Flower Cart design
[304] H36" x W66" x D3/4" inch
Our folding screens, which are 100% made in Japan, are made in the traditional way used in the Muromachi era (1336-1573). This process, which consists of 25 steps, is done by hand and the hinges, which the screens are hung on, are custom-made the traditional way.
Folding screens were originally used as a partition in Japanese homes,however they are now often used to decorate walls as you will find Western homes.
All our folding screens are hand-made in Japan and have been hand-painted by local artists.

Once you have chosen your screen, an invoice will be sent to your e-mail address.
Payment by bank transfer should be made within 7 days.
If there is no reply or no bank transfer within 2 weeks, your order will be canceled.
After the transaction is completed, your order will be shipped via EMS and your tracking information will be sent to your e-mail address.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.

How to set : (1) Attach hanger parts A and B to desired place on the wall. (2) Attached temporary clamps A-1 and B-1 to top of hangers A and B. (3) Put the top of screen in clamps A-1 and B-1, and then put screen down into the bottom-hangers A and B. (4) Push clamps A-1 and B-1 down on the top of screen. (5) Attach clamps C and to top of centerfold of screen.
Every screen includes a Fuji-torii custom-made screw type hanging bracket.
The picture rail wire, which can be attached to it in order not to damage the wall, can be purchased for 3,240 yen. To place an order for this attachment, please select in the Option category in the order form.


Fuji-Torii Co. was first established in Asakusa, Tokyo, by Kakujiro Kurihara before WWII. Then his son, Keisuke Kurihara opened a Japanese antique shop in Ginza, Tokyo just after WWII. The shop was then moved in 1949 to the present site facing Omotesando Avenue of Harajuku, Tokyo, about a 7- minute walk from Meiji Shrine. Since then, we have been involved in the sales of not only antiques, but also the designing, producing and selling of contemporary crafts.
From authentic antiques to Japanese stationery, our merchandise is all made in Japan and is hand-painted and/or hand-made. Our selection is made based on one hundred years of knowledge and experience of the three generations. Many items besides those introduced on this website, are for sale at our shop. If you have the chance, please stop by to actually see our items.
Please send us your inquiries regarding this site at fuji.torii.japan@gmail.com
Our sales person will contact you by e-mail.
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size : H92 x W168 x D1.8 cm
H36 x W66 x D 3/4 inch
No.1204
Irises design
JPY 149,800.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. The background is finished with square gold leaves put on to the Washi, over which beautiful silk is stretched.

White irises are painted onto imposing background, fully utilizing the gold leaves of the unpainted space. The line of the iris leaves are drawn with force, while the leaf veins are delicately expressed.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.
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size : H61 x W122 x D1.6 cm
H24" x W48" x D3/4" inch
No.2202
Red and white camellia design
JPY 103,360.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. The background is finished with square gold leaves put on to the Washi, over which beautiful silk is stretched.

Red and white camellia blossoms are painted with full use of the much calculated, unused space.The flowers are in vivid color, and the sheen of the leaves are also expressed in detail.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.
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size : H61 x W163 x D1.8 cm
H24 x W63 x D 3/4 inch
No.3201
Weeping Cherry design
JPY 106,600.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. Square gold leaves are put over the Washi to achieve an aged look.

This illustration of a weeping cherry shows the strong outline of the trunk and the gently drooping blossoms in harmony. The warm spring sunlight is gorgeously expressed.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.
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size : H92 x W168 x D1.8 cm
H36 x W66 x D 3/4 inch
No.1202
Weeping Cherry design
JPY 139,000.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. Square gold leaves are put over the Washi to achieve an aged look.

A weeping cherry is expressed with depth, using shades of paint.The cherry petals harmonize well with the background and seem as though they are swaying in the spring mist, creating a very gentle impression.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.
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size : H61 x W122 x D1.6 cm
H24" x W48" x D3/4" inch
No.2201
White Plum design
JPY 97,960.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. Square gold leaves are put over the Washi to achieve an aged look.

There are forceful branches of white plum blossoms. A noble gold background and calculated space accentuates the strong outline of the plum branch.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.
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size : H92 x W168 x D1.8 cm
H36 x W66 x D 3/4 inch
No.1203
Flower Cart design
JPY 198,400.00-includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges
SHIOZAWA, KANPO age : contemporary
Born in 1925 in Nagano, Japan. Lives in Tokyo. A graduate of the Tokyo Arts University, Shiozawa received awards consecutively in the 26th, 27th, 28th and the 29th Old Shinseisaku Association Exhibition. He has since been creating flower and birds paintings of unique quality. He has received many other awards and held personal exhibitions as well. He has been creating screen paintings and framed paintings for Fuji-torii since 1950, while working to produce works for exhibitions and personal art shows. In 1996, he was commissioned to make fusuma paintings for Zenkoji Temple in Nagano. The artist's signature is on the bottom left.

A four-panel folding screen made of multi-layered Washi paper pasted onto a wooden frame. The background is finished with square gold leaves put on to the Washi, over which beautiful silk is stretched.

This is a gorgeous design of a flower cart. Beautiful flowers from all seasons are exquisitely arranged in a lacquered cart. Each splendid flower drawn with detailed strokes creates both a sense of harmony and an impression of sensitivity.

Daily care only requires occasional dusting with a feather duster. Please avoid direct sunlight and excess dryness, just as you would do to care for your furniture.This will preserve the screen's quality for years to come.
Selling Agreement
1. Orders can be placed in the case that customer pays by bank transfer in Japanese yen and pays for bank charges.
2. The price above includes merchandise, shipping, insurance, packing and handling charges.
3. The quotes above are based on shipments to the farthest regions. Therefore, your shipping charge may be less, depending on your country.
4. Please be advised that on occasion, shipments may not be accepted by the country of destination.
5. Shipment will be delivered by EMS.
6. No return policy.

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TOKYO. 150-0001 MAP 
Nearest stns:
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