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Calligraphy Class/Sen'you Uchimura
Why don't you try Japanese calligraphy not only for your Japanese mastery but also for more proficiency of Japanese culture? The class is open at your request or you can join our regular class (Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday). For more information, please call us (tel. 072-930-1521), or email us (vurouge@jp.bigplanet.com)

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Born in Osaka (1966). Graduated from Shitennouji IBU University(1989). Master of Japanese Calligraphy in Kanji (1996) and in Kana(1999). Having 13 or more classes per a month in Osaka. Teaching more than 200 people. Showing works once a year.

passed exhibition
2008 Osaka
2011 Osaka
2012 Osaka
2013 Kyoto
2015 Tokyo
2016 Osaka
2016 Guam (USA)
2017 Tokyo
2018@Osaka

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2019 Tokyo
2019 Paris (France)
2020 Osaka

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What is Calligraphy

Japanese calligraphy, shodou, is a highly developed art form using brush and black ink to write Japanese and Chinese characters. While similar to the decorative calligraphy of the West, shodou is more deeply rooted as a fine art form, in part because every character has meaning in and of itself and in part because of the great diversity of character shapes. Shodou is increasingly admired by Japanese and foreigners alike.

The kakizome held on January 2 marks the first writing of the new year and is still regularly performed today. Facing an auspicious direction, Participants write out felicitous words and phrases. Kakizome competitions are annual elementary and junior high school events.


History

Shodou traces its origins to China, where the master calligrapher Wnag Xizhi is traditionally credited as the father of the art. It was introduced into Japan in the 8th century. The early Heian contemporaries Kuukai, Emperor Saga, and courtier Tachibana no Hayanari are respectfully referred to as the Sanpitsu or Three Great Brushes, and their calligraphy is considered representative of Chinese calligraphy's classic beauty. In the 10th and 11th centuries these three weree succeeded by the Sanseki (the Three Traces): Ono no Toufuu, Fujiwara no Sukemasa, and Fujiwara no Yukinari. These three masters developed the first uniquely Japanese calligraphy style, known as wayou (also joudaiyou). Fujiwara no Yukinari's style led to the formation of the Sesonji school and Ono no Toufuu served as a model for the Shouren'in school which later evolved into the Oie style of calligraphy. The Oie style was used for official documents in the Edo period and was the predominant style taught in the terakoya schoools of that period.

Just as calligraphy has changed over the ages, the revived interest in calligraphy today is characterized by its broad latitude for creativity and the increasing number of women masters.


Calligraphy Styles

There are three basic styles: kaisho, gyousho, and sousho. Kana might be added as a fourth style. Kaisho, a block style with little movement, is also called shinsho. Gyousho is an intermediate style neither as stiff as kaisho nor as flowing as sousho. Sousho is a highly cursive style written with swift strokes. Its freedom and aesthetic appeal has made sousho very popular with calligraphy masters.

Kana originated in the more extreme forms of sousho. Because it was the primary script for Heian women, kana was at one time referred to as Onnade (women's writing). Kana developed with the growing popularity of waka poetry. Compared to the boldness of Chinese characters, kana is elegant and refined. Japanese calligraphy is judged not only by its surface beausty and meaning but also by the calligrapher's character.

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annual exhibition
The Calligraphers' Exhibiton in Fujiidera is held in autumn every year. Please come and enjoy at
The Purple Hall, 2F of the Fujiidera Public Hall (Shimin Sougou Kaikan)
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