|Pseudonym reading||How to read|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||March 30, 1982|
Tayama Koki Wood Engraving Wood (85 pcs) Handwriting Kisho (1 part) Kanaga 2 Year Wood Woodcut Engraving Calendar (1 Sheet) The middle of the Edo period was a time when cold damage and bad crop continued throughout the country, Tayama in high cold area The provinces also suffered great damage.
The calendar, which was created by those who had been working as a writer for the village at that time, to create a guide to agricultural management for the purpose of saving farmers, is called the Tayama calendar.
The picture of the calendar was originally handwritten at the beginning, but since the culture year (1804-18) when demand was high, it began to make wood letterpress wood one by one with Japanese paper.
It is said that the limit is to make more than a dozen copies a day, because it takes a long time to push a printing block 270 times in one calendar.