... is craftworker who makes Japanese scroll pictures, frames, paper doors, Fusuma door or folding screen. It was imported from China with Buddhism in Heian Period (8th to 12th century). It began as the craftworker of making Buddhist Scriptures.
Later, Japanese unique house culture, Tokonoma which is an alcove in a traditional Japanese room where art and flowers are displayed, was developed during Kamakura to Muromachi era. Kakejiku was developed as the decoration of Tokonoma.
The Process of Making Kakejiku, scroll picture
As the master of Shodo, he draw the calligraphy for his clients. Therefore, his work is always the only one art in the world.
Step 1: Urauchi (backing the art and fabrics with Washi, Japanese paper)
Step 2: Cutting fabrics into a shape of the frame and putting them together. Then, Urauchi entire Kakejiku again.
Step 3: Add sticks and hanger.
It means "release all your outfits and make your soul naked." It's a word from "Zen." Release your unnecessary desires and purify your heart.
It means "achieve your enlightenment by yourself."