Greeting Cards

A great collection of cards for all occasions, weddings, birthdays, get well soon or anniversary this range has it all and we are planning to add more cards soon. View our Japanese collection of cards and classic designs. Free Delivery on all greeting cards.

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  1. Japanese Greeting Card Plum Estate Of Kameido
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    Japanese Greeting Card Plum Estate Of Kameido size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    The plum blossom is a flower regarded with especial fondness in Asia for centuries in the arts, and widely used as a symbol of good fortune. Expressive of enduring happiness, it has been traditionally used as a decorative symbol of congratulatory occasions. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists and thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints known to have influenced western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.

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  2. Japanese Greeting Card Monkey in a tree
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    Japanese Greeting Card Monkey in a tree size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    In Japan, the monkey’s role in guarding against demons and being regarded as a sacred animal originates from the Japanese word for monkey, ‘saru’ which is a homonym for the Japanese word ‘expel’ (also pronounced saru). The latter word means to ‘dispel’, ‘punch out’ or ‘push away’. According to the legends of Japan’s Mt. Hiei shrine-temple, this makes the monkey an ‘expeller of demons’ and remover of misfortunes.

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  3. Japanese Greeting Card Mount Fuji and boat
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    Japanese Greeting Card Mount fuji and boat size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    While scholars debate the origin of the sacred mountain’s name, ‘Fuji’, one of the most commonly used meaning of the name is ‘Everlasting Life.’ A boat signifies the ability to ‘stay afloat’, despite the confusions of the forces prevalent within our lives.

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  4. Japanese Greeting Card Birds on Nandina
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    Japanese Greeting Card Birds on Nandina size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    Nandina domestica, is also known as ‘heavenly bamboo’. The tree is called ‘Nanten’ in Japanese, and since ‘Nan’ sounds similar to the word ‘misfortune’ in Japanese, and ‘Ten’ is like the word ‘to change’, ‘transform’ or ‘avoid’, it is regarded as an auspicious plant that brings good luck.

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  5. Japanese Greeting Card Moon pine at Ueno Temple Precincts
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    Japanese Greeting Card Moon Pine at Ueno Temple Precincts size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    Both the Japanese and Chinese regard the evergreen pine as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness. Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists, thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints and influenced western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet.

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  6. Japanese Greeting Card Otonashi River Dam
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    Japanese Greeting Card Otonashi River Dam size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    Hiroshige is considered as one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists and is thought to have designed around 5400 prints. He is best known for his landscape prints which have influenced Western impressionists such as Van Gogh and Claude Monet. In 1856, Hiroshige ‘retired from the world’, becoming a Buddhist monk. This was the year he began the epic series ‘One Hundred Famous Views of Edo’, a series of which this image is from.

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  7. Japanese Greeting Card Maple Leaves At Mama
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    Japanese Greeting Card Maple Leaves At Mama size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    Japanese maple trees have been considered a symbol of grace. Associated with peace and serenity of the world’s elements, Japanese maple trees represent balance and practicality and are called “kito” in the Japanese language, which means “calm,” “rest” or “at peace.”

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  8. Japanese Greeting Card Mount Fuji In The Spring
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    Japanese Greeting Card Mount Fuji In The Spring size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

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  9. Japanese Greeting Card Thousand Miles
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    Japanese Greeting Card Thousand Miles size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    A quote from the Chinese philosopher Laozi (c.604 BC - c.531 BC) from his classic text ‘Tao Te Ching’ (The way of classic virtue), which is amongst the most translated works in world literature. It had a strong impact upon Legalism, Confucianism, Chinese Buddhism as well as inspiring many artists, painters, poets and calligraphers.

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  10. Japanese Greeting Card Kingfisher With Lotus Flower
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    Japanese Greeting Card King Fisher With Lotus Flower size A6 148 mm x 105 mm.

    The lotus flower is connected with purity and spirituality since it is revered for its ability to rise from the dirty, murky waters to bloom into a beautiful flower - a process symbolising enlightenment in which we can rise above suffering in the same way as the lotus by moving from the lowest to the highest state of consciousness. The artist Koson Ohara was the most famous and prolific 20th century print artist of the animal and birds genre in Japan.

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