Japanese Gate Torii

Gate to the Japanese Garden
Torii is a traditional Japanese gate commonly found at the entry to a Shinto shrine. Torii are usually made from wood and frequently painted in a vermilion red colour. Today, Torii made of metal, such as steel or indeed stone can be found as well. The Torii gate marks the transition from the profane (the normal world) to the sacred (the shrine, that is the world of spirits). Passing underneath a Torii on the way to visit a shrine is, along with washing one’s hands and mouth with water, an act of purification and sanctification. Quiet a few shrines feature more than one, indeed many Torii. These arches are mostly donations by persons who had been lucky in their business.

The Japanese Gate Torii is made from 1.58'' / 4 cm and 0.79'' / 2 cm steel tubing and 0.59'' / 1,5 cm steel bands. Hot-dip galvanised and powder coated vermilion red (Colour No. RAL 3005). It is supplied with spikes for securing to the ground.
 
Japanese Gate Torii
Item No.: R5-152-JA R5-172-JA R5-192-JA
Height: 7'10'' / 238 cm 7'10'' / 238 cm 7'10'' / 238 cm
Width: 5’ / 152 cm 5’8’’ / 172 cm 6’4’’ / 192 cm
Depth: 20” / 52 cm 20” / 52 cm 20” / 52 cm
Weight: 15 .lbs / 70 kg 159 .lbs / 72 kg 163 .lbs / 74 kg
GBP: 1.400,00 1.500,00 1.600,00

Garden Arches & Rose Arches - Japanese Gate Torii
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