About the Design
Jorōgumo is a type of Yokai, or ghost in Japanese folklore. At the Jōren Falls of Izu, there allegedly lives the jorōgumo mistress of the waterfall. The local legend tells of a woodcutter who rested beside the waterfall basin. Suddenly the jorōgumo tried to drag him into the waterfall by throwing webs around his leg. The man transferred the webbing around a tree stump, which was dragged into the falls instead of him. After that, the people of the village dared not venture close to the falls.
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|Digital Giclée print on bright white canvas using archival ink. Wrapped around the 1.5 inch wood frame with unprinted canvas edging. Measurements are width x height in inches.|