Thank you very much for your support this year!
The end of year is the busiest season in Japan just like pre-Christmas time in Europe.
The actual 31st December is called OMISOKA 大晦日.
In order to welcome the new year with a transparent fresh mind, families come together to clean up the house clearing the dirt of the old year.
Normally it becomes so quiet and empty in the cities as many go back to their home town during this time.
Here is the perfect text to finish off the year!
; New Year’s Eve, end of year
年 Toshi ：year, season, years
越しKoshi : to transit, go over
Good bye the year of the Dog!!
Enjoy the last hours of 2018!
Shakyou Calligraphy ” set was packed for the camping retreat!
I did the brush meditation in pure nature.
It was just a beautiful experience – sharpening my senses….
#shodo #japanesecalligraphy #shakyou #heartsutra #calligraphyfortravel #rietakeda
Here comes another Sanshotai picture!
– Usagi, To
Sosho ⬅️Gyosho ⬅️Sosho
(From my instagram:
Kanji 卯 is used only for the zodiac calendar.
Happy bunny Easter!!
One of my Sanshotai collections.
; Red-crowned cranes
In three calligraphy styles.
Some call them as Japanese Cranes.
long love, long relationship, good luck, beauty, hopes.
Red-crowned cranes are one of the most loved and respected animals in Japan.
Thank you to everyone who participated the workshop on last Sunday despite the icey weather!
All did excellent brush movements and surely beautiful mindfulness-process.
The next workshop in Freiburg is on Sunday the 19th. February.
I will post those calligraphy texts one by one as O-tehon soon.