1000-yen Definitive Stamp


719
Issue 1000-yen Definitive Stamp
Fujizu
First Day February 2, 2015
Values ¥1000 x 1
Designs Fujizu (by Tanomura Chikuden)
Designer Kaifuchi Junko (stamp designer)
Printing Photogravure in 3 colors, engraving in 1 colors
Size 22.5 ~ 33.0 mm, vertical
Sheet 20 stamps (4 ~ 5)
Catalogue No. 719

Japanese Stamp Specialized Catalog (JSCA) & SAKURA Catalog numbers are adopted.


[Note on the Stamps]
New definitive stamps were issued, following the design theme of revised definitive stamps issued on 2014 March 3, "The Nature of Japan." The motif of 1000-yen definitive stamp is "Fujizu" by Tanomura Chikuden (Important Cultual Properties), an Edo period Nanga style painter. gFujizuh depicts snow covered Mt. Fuji in early summer against the background of blue sky. It is considered to be the best painting of Tanomura in his forties.

[Back to Menu]