This duvet cover features an original Japanese ensō symbol.
The ensō is a symbol of absolute enlightenment, strength, elegance, the universe, and mu (the void), characterized by a minimalist approach rooted in Japanese aesthetics. This symbol is created through the disciplined-creative practice of Japanese ink painting, known as sumi-e, using an ink brush and thin Japanese paper known as washi.
The circle of the ensō may be either open or closed, with each representing a different concept. An open circle allows for movement and development, embracing the imperfections of wabi-sabi, while a closed circle represents perfection, similar to Plato’s perfect form, and has been used for centuries in the construction of cosmological models.
Drawing an ensō is a spiritual practice that involves a single fluid stroke and reflects the character and context of its creator. This practice, known as hitsuzendō, is a means of self-realization and can be performed daily.
The ensō exemplifies various dimensions of the Japanese wabi-sabi perspective and aesthetic, including asymmetry, simplicity, weatheredness, naturalness, subtle grace, freedom, and tranquility.
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Created to add a personal touch on any bed, this original duvet cover will add beauty, originality, and simple traditional Japanese design to your bedroom. It features a concealed zipper closure at the bottom for seamless looks and available in three sizes: Twin XL (68″ x 94″), Queen (88″ x 88″), and King Size (104″ x 88″).
.: Material: 100% polyester microfiber
.: Comes in 3 sizes
.: Concealed zipper closure
.: One printed side
.: Pillow cases not included
.: Insert not included
.: Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts
|68” × 94”||88″ × 88″||104″ × 88″|
|Width , in||68.00||88.00||104.00|