Every era of Tokyo's history is present in this intricate drawing of the city. It centers on the busy historic Tokyo Station in the heart of the Marunouchi Business District. To the west the skyscrapers contrast with the spacious parkland of the Imperial Palace as a royal procession leaves the gates.
Drawn in fineliner pen with archival inks on a thick watercolor paper chosen to give a similar appearance to canvas. The paper is acid free so be aware that it's not brilliant white (this is so it doesn't decay).
The drawing has been treated with a fixative to prevent the small amount of pencil used for some texture fading. There is a print series. The only difference between the two is I added some more buildings to this one after scanning to give a bit more contrast between the city and the palace park.
The paper measures 78 x 78 cm currently but will be trimmed a little for framing. Framing and delivery within Taiwan is included. If you are outside of Taiwan postage is included (insured via Fedex). Sending framed pieces internationally is possible but you will need to contact me for a quote. I can post fairly easily to Japan!
The drawing is signed. Any other questions please get in touch.