Saturday, February 21, 2015

Calligraphy Guests;

 (posted; Japanese culture page)


 '夫婦善哉meoto-zenzai' Sweet Red-Bean Soup 

  ('meoto' means married couple; please click any of the words above to my former post)
So AMAZING to see how wonderfully they've done this work for us in collaboration.

*Lady Calligraphy Guests to my house*
You might remember my post of First Calligraphy of the Year on Jan.18th. The other ex-lady-colleague of my husband who is also a member of the same "genyuukai" calligraphy school came to my house with two friends to practice bigger sized work. From my request, they wrote the beautiful work on top together for us.   
These four words means a lot for me :-)
Arrived and Preparation
Worked hard; they continued writing and hanging works to dry many times!






I wish I could show you more works. The Buddha shaped doll is to pull the string.

brushes and expensive Japanese papers


*Taking break at lunch time with Soba*

Linking this post to "MosaicMonday",
Thank you SO much for your sweet visit, hope you'll have a great weekend;

Yesterday, I had different guests and today, I'll be a kind of porter for my husband. The band he is involved will play on the little stage :-) 
See you in the evening, Thank you SO much for your visit;


12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

such beautiful works! love the brush set and all their attention to detail! nice you shared soba noodles with them. :)

Linda W. said...

Such lovely calligraphy! How nice of these ladies to produce a work just for you and your husband. Enjoyed your photos.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the pretty ladies have done a beautiful job on the calligraphy.. Sounds like you are keeping busy.. Have a happy weekend!

Ela said...

Miyako, how nice to visit your blog and explore the beauty of your country !
Have a nice weekend :)

Joan's mix max said...

A lot off work but very nice..

Tamago said...

Wow, how cool they did calligraphy at your house! Their works look wonderful. It's so sweet you requested mento-zenzai :-)
Looks like they had great time and they must have enjoyed yummy soba lunch! Have a lovely day, Miyako san!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Miyako,

Such beautiful work with the Calligraphy and a wonderful work of art. I really enjoyed seeing your photos.
happy weekend
hugs
Carolyn

Sussi said...

such a beautiful works!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

The women are motivated to learn and practice the calligraphy but I have never seen it painted that big before.
Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday Miyako.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
You both are very well prepared for such a calligraphy painting session with the use of that huge drop cloth!
Smart way and for sure the brushes got nicely cleaned up before being placed back in their beautiful pouch.
How good such a soba luncheon must taste after work...
Hugs,
Mariette

Michiko Johnson said...

Miyako San!
I like very much with Japanes writing
and Meoto-Zenzai wa totemo oishi so desune..
Have a wonderful time with Otosan-Tone!
Michiko

Juni said...

Querida Miyako, que arte maravilhosa!!!! E ver as suas fotos me deixa fascinada...
Beijos, tenha uma linda semana.