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Komuso Greeting Card featuring the photograph Komuso by Masami Iida

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Komuso Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Greeting Card Reviews (6134)

Average Rating (5 Stars):

September 22nd, 2018

I appreciate the quality. The print was pretty small, so I was surprised it was rolled up and I had to flatten it. It would have been nice if it was flat in an envelope with cardboard support and a clear protective covers (like prints are sold at art shows). I do appreciate that artists have this resource.

September 22nd, 2018

I got this card for my sister's birthday and she absolutely loved it! We had our fortunes read by Zoltar Speaks when we were at Circus Circus in Reno, so she was surprised that I was able to find a Zoltar card. The quality was good and the picture was perfect. I would order from this company again!

September 21st, 2018

I never clicked on this to order! I never even looked it up! Can I please have this one refunded!

September 21st, 2018

It is beautiful. The colors are vibrant.

September 19th, 2018

All of these cards are beautiful! I have sent them to my special friends. It actually hurts to let them go! Great service, cards look just like pics!

September 19th, 2018

I have purchased many cards from you, and have loved them all. Just as described, great shipping, and great service. I will be shopping Christmas cards soon!

Artist's Description

The Origin of Komuso is Masakatsu KusunokiMasakatsu, who is the grandson of Masanari Kusunoki succeeded ancestor’s will and raised a loyal army to fight again and again. However, he was not able to make the most of it and lost the battle. At last, he decided to escape from the world, then opened up Nyoshinji-temples and learned about Zen and Shakuhachi (bamboo flute) under Kofu at Sekizanzensikai. Masakatsu wandered from place to place for religious mendicancy with Shakuhachi with “nothing”mental condition. He is generally considered to have started Komuso (musician in traditional costume and mask). At that time, Shakuhachi was one of the religious tool for the repose of Buddha. The faith of Masakatsu was that people in religious mendicancy must not to take off Tengai (weave hat) even if they met the nobility or acquaintance. In addition, however hard the rain was, they ware not allowed to put up another umbrella. That was also the faith of him. That is said to have beco...

About Masami Iida

Masami Iida is an award-winning painter/photographer with a variety of interests that capture the beauty in our world. Masami Iida's artwork can be found throughout North America, Europe, Russia, Japan, China and Australia. He was born just outside of Tokyo, Japan where he lived until he ventured to America to study. He attended universities in Iowa, Seattle, and New Jersey from 1982 to 1986. He received a Bachelor's degree from the Montclair State University with a major in linguistics and a minor in art. After a short return to Japan, Masami moved to Melbourne, Australia in 1987 and dedicated himself to painting. Masami has over 30 years of painting experience and has captured the beauty of the human body, nature, landscapes and...

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