The Kasuga lantern is a classic example of a japanese "tachi-gata" or pedestal style lantern.
This style of lantern dates back to the Ashikaga period. It was traditionally used as a "guardian" lantern at Japanese Buddhist Temples and are frequently seen at entrances to Japanese tea gardens. It is commonly used as a focal point.
Predrilled with a hole for electrical.
Dimensions: 62" H, 23.2" D
Shipping Weight: 906.00 pounds
Note: Due to the weight of this lantern, shipping costs must be forwarded by e-mail
and are not included in the stated price. Costs may increase depending on the address to which the lantern is shipped.