Karate-Do Japanese Kanji Symbol Wall Scroll

Approximate Measurements

Artwork Panel: 32.4cm x 87.2cm  ≈  12¾" x 34¼"

Silk/Brocade: 41.2cm x 149.5cm  ≈  16¼" x 58¾"

Width at Wooden Knobs: 50.2cm  ≈  19¾"

Karate-Do Japanese Kanji Symbol Wall Scroll close up view

Close up view of the artwork mounted to this silk brocade wall scroll



This is the title for "Karate-Do" in Japanese. This literally means, "Empty Hand Way".

Looking at the Kanji, the first means "empty" or "ether".
The second Kanji means "hand".
The third means "way" or "method".

This term is known worldwide as the most famous martial arts of Japan. The origins are thought to come from Kung Fu, but with movements simplified so it is easier to master and use.

See our Karate-Do custom Japanese Kanji wall scrolls page for more custom Japanese Kanji calligraphy options.

About this artwork...

The materials used include special calligraphy paper and ink. The artwork was sent to our workshop in Beijing where we created a hand-built silk brocade wall scroll. By building the wall scroll at our own workshop, we save you a lot of money.

About the artist...

This is economy Japanese calligraphy by Japanese calligrapher whose pen name is Kougetsu. Kougetsu is a high-quality calligrapher from Japan, offering her work at a bargain price. You would easily pay $230 or more for the same quality of Japanese calligraphy and wall scroll mounting if purchased in Japan. Famous calligrapher's often demand $2500 or more, without a perceived increase in quality.

Therefore, this very nice, authentic Japanese calligraphy wall scroll is a true bargain, and allows you to get "Japanese quality" at a very discounted price.