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Ryosuke Ueda, Internet Marketing & Design

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Ryosuke Ueda is founder and owner of Shippodo : Japanese Antiques an antiques shop specializing in Japanese hanging scrolls and tea implements. The shop also conducts independent research and evaluation of individuals who own Japanese paintings. Ryosuke has experience in advising clients on the conservation and care of Japanese paintings and providing detailed research on Japanese paintings utilizing academic sources and past experience.
Currently the traditional visual arts of Japanese is being endangered from various factors ranging from the economy to the interests and modern lifestyle of the Japanese. Ryosuke hopes to revive and spread the traditional aesthetics and values that antique Japanese paintings contain and more individuals will be able to pass down the traditions on to the next generation. 
Ryosuke gained his experience in Japanese art from his parents who are Buddhist priests. Being exposed to traditional Japanese arts and crafts from an early age, Ryosuke gained his experience on the issues that occur with Japanese art when placed in different environments and the natural damages that occur over time. It was from a general education class in college where the interest in East Asian arts elevated and during his years in college Ryosuke received advice in Chinese calligraphy from Lee Xiong Feng, a noted Chinese painter and calligrapher residing near Los Angeles. These experiences and education helped to understand the materials used in East Asian art, the aesthetics, and many of the problems that occur when evaluating East Asian art.