Japanese hanging scrolls, also known as "kakejiku", are a traditional form of art and decoration in Japan. They are typically made of silk or paper and are designed to be hung on walls; usually in a "tokonoma" - a small alcove in a Japanese-style room. The scrolls often feature calligraphy or paintings, and may include famous quotes, paintings or poems. They are often used to create a serene and peaceful atmosphere in a room, and are particularly popular in traditional Japanese tea rooms. There are many styles, sizes and colors to choose from to add a beautiful and timeless Japanese addition to any home or space.