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Ishitani’s Residence


A pop up card representing one of Japan’s “Important Cultural Properties” is an excellent gift card for any art or architecture enthusiast.

Artist’s Description:

The Ishitani Residence in Chizu, Tottori Prefecture, Japan was the Edo-era home build by an upper-class family who specialized in land management.

Greatly expanded during the early 20th century, the home now includes Western-style elements. It includes 40 rooms on two floors and numerous mud-walled warehouses.

The house overlooks Chisen garden and its tearoom.

A number of its buildings have been designated Important Cultural Properties and its gardens are a registered Place of Scenic Beauty.

Commercially-produced die-cut origamic architecture pop-up card and envelope.

Cards measure 16cm by 11cm (about 6 1/4 inches by 4 5/16 inches) when closed.

Design by Masahiro Chatani.

Weight.04 lbs
Dimensions6.25 × 4.3125 × .2 in

Single Card, Package of 10


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