One of the woodblock prints from the Edo period ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai’s Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji series, reimagined in the form of marquetry art. “Fine Wind, Clear Morning” is also known as “Red Fuji”. Red Fuji refers to the sight of Mount Fuji in the morning during late summer and early autumn, where clouds, fog, and sunlight from the rising sun combine to make Mount Fuji seem as though it is stained red, and it is considered a lucky sight in Japan. Fine Wind refers to the southerly wind of the summer. The direction in which the wind blows is expressed using the grain of the wood. This is a piece in which cirrocumulus clouds are depicted in a sky where a southerly wind blows alongside the auspicious sight of a red Mount Fuji – how about purchasing and displaying this piece?