The “kakemono” (掛 物, literally “hooked object”), sometimes Frenchized in “kakemono”, or kakejiku (掛軸) in Japan designates a painting or calligraphy on silk or on framed paper in a roll and intended to be hung on the wall or on the public lighting poles.

The Kakemono is in the form of a roller, supported by a thin aluminum rod at its upper end and weighted by an aluminum rod at its lower end, which is unrolled for the purpose. 039, hang on the wall.

The display is interchangeable thanks to the snap-on and reusable aluminum bars.