David Attenbourough, a famous naturalist and biologist of British television. This customer asked us to translate, “I Have Burning Questions” into Japanese. To accurately convey the message of this phrase my wife requested clarification on what type of questions were being talked about? I said something to the effect of the mysteries of the universe, and things we do not know yet.
As a result, we translated the work to read 我心要問在, which is written in all characters which is a traditional method of presenting Japanese calligraphy. The customer requested this in Sousho, or grass style writing. The size of the characters and the spacing in relation to the scroll were well planned out and written by Ryugyoku.
This customer really has an eye for the end look of the scroll, in that in companionship to the beautiful wood lacquered jikusaki, they also ordered a black kakehimo and makihimo to complement the scroll. And pursuing the previous mentioned pattern from top to bottom goes darkest black kakehimo, dark tan cloth lighter ichimonji, white scroll, lighter ichimoji, dark tan cloth, darkest black jikusaki.
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