It’s Incredibly Relaxing to Watch a Single-Stroke Japanese Painter in Action
Hitofude-ryu is the traditional Japanese practice of painting the torso of a dragon in a single stroke. This style of painting began in the 1600s and is seen as good luck for money and romantic relationships. Painting this single stroke requires an immense amount of focus, so a painter can only complete 3 to 5 a day. Watching the detailed process also happens to be incredibly soothing!