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Hidaka

Japanese Color Woodblock Print 

Hidaka

by Sekino Jun'ichirō, undated

Outskirts of Nara


IHL Cat. #1681

About This Print

Sekino's rendering of cows, pastures and farm buildings in Hidaka, Hokkaido an area known for its horse ranching, Biratori Wagyu variety of beef, dairy products and vast pasture lands.  Two interesting silos stand in the background, one with an onion-shaped dome.

 Pastureland and farms in Hidaka

Hokkaido Is Known For Dairy Products
Hokkaido is known for its beautiful scenery, quality seafood, and of course dairy products. Do you know that Hokkaido produces more than 50% of the total of Japan’s milk output?

Cows are said to be happy there, because the fresh air, spacious land, and green environment keep them in a good living condition. Thus the cows produce higher quality milk.

In fact, you will find that milk from Hokkaido cost more than milk from other prefectures in Japan.

Print Details

 IHL Catalog  #1681
 Title  Hidaka 日高 [as printed in lower right of print]
 Series  none
 Artist 
 Sekino Jun’ichirō (1914 - 1988)
 Signature 
Jun Sekino in pencil
 Seal
準 Jun seal
 Publication Date  undated (possibly c. mid 1960s)
 Edition  21/100 
 Publisher  self-published
 Carver  self-carved
 Printer  printed by one of the artist's studio printers
 Impression  excellent
 Colors  excellent
 Condition  excellent - minorhandling/printing creases; several remnants of mounting tape verso
 Genre  sosaku hanga (creative print)
 Miscellaneous  printed on paper with Jun. Sekino watermark
 Format  dai ōban
 H x W Paper  16 x 21 1/8 in. (40.6 x 53.7 cm)
 H x W Image  12 13/16 x 18 in. (32.5 x 45.7 cm)
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