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Japanese Bridge - Hoi An

One of Vietnam's most iconic attractions, Hoi An's Japanese covered bridge dates back to the 18th century and is a beautiful historical piece of Japanese architecture. It is claimed that it was created by the Japanese then living in Hoi An as a way to reach the Chinese quarter across the water.

This woodcut captures the tranquil feeling of the bridge as the pillars reflect in the gently swaying water.

Limited edition of only 3 made, hand carved and printed using the reduction method.


This single layer woodcut edition is printed onto locally sourced 'giay dzo' paper with a 'so diep' coating. This means that the paper is meticulously hand made using wafer thin sheets of paper made from the bark of the dzo tree and finally coated with a light, powdered clam shell coating. 

Limited edition of 25 prints, hand carved and printed from a side grain Japanese magnolia block sized 20 x 30cm.

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