A Japanese scroll, or a kakemono, typically hangs from the wall as an art display fabricated from silk, ink, gold leaf, and watercolors. A Japanese screen, or a byōbu, is a folding room divider that often features decorative paintings and calligraphy. Both art forms are centuries old, and are featured as scenic images in this 2022 calendar. The beautiful pieces range from the twelfth to the nineteenth century, but their designs are timeless. Measures 13"x12" when closed.