In front of the kakemono was a slender vase in which was a single spray of flowers.
It is ridiculous that Tokijiro should come in search of the kakemono that was entrusted to me.
He had backed to the far side of the room and stood surveying the effect of the kakemono with much satisfaction.
Some interpret the bird's note as meaning, "Has the kakemono been suspended?"
The kakemono would be the chosen ones having some signification of felicity.
Rikiu places the various articles before them, with the kakemono.
For the feasting of the eye of every guest or party of visitors the appropriate choice of kakemono, carving or pottery is made.
This Danjuro was unable to find out; if he had known he would have chosen a kakemono of flowers for you.
He painted the kakemono as he knelt with his paper lying on a square of soft material on the floor.
These are the two forms best known under their Japanese names of kakemono and makimono.