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  1. Kanda Shrine

    Kanda Shrine

    Utagawa Hiroshige: Edo Famous Places (江戸名所), "View of the Precincts of Kanda Myojin" (神田明神境内眺望), 1854.
  2. Amaterasu

    Amaterasu

    Amaterasu emerging from the cave, by Shunsai Toshimasa (春斎年昌), woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper (1887)
  3. Minamoto Yoshinaka

    Minamoto Yoshinaka

    Ukiyo-e by Katsukawa Shunshō II: Minamoto Yoshinaka and His Four Retainers Defeat the Tengu in the Deep Mountains of Kiso (源義仲四天王トともに木曽の奥山に天狗を退治す Minamoto Yoshinaka Shitennō to tomo ni Kiso no okuyama ni tengu o taiji su)
  4. Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art

    Museum Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art

    The Ukiyo-e Ōta Memorial Museum of Art (浮世絵 太田記念美術館 Ukiyo-e Ōta kinen bijutsukan) is a small museum located in Harajuku that houses the woodblock print (ukiyo-e) collection of Ōta Seizo V (1893-1977), a former president of Tōhō Insurance. He amassed over 12,000 pieces of prints that are...
  5. NathanLindop

    Translating a block print

    Hi I need help translating this woodblock Print. There is two and I’m not entirely sure of their age or origin so any help will be appreciated. Hopefully I can know some artist names too. Thank you
  6. Momotarō

    Momotarō

    Suzuki Harunobu (鈴木 春信; c. 1725-1770): ukiyo-e depicting a scene of the folk tale Momotarō returning with treasures after slaying demons on Onigashima.
  7. Kintarō

    Kintarō

    Kintarō, ukiyo-e by Utagawa Kunisada (歌川国貞), 1818-28
  8. Kintarō

    Kintarō

    Tsukioka Yoshihiro: "The Moon of Kintokisan"
  9. Kintarō

    Kintarō

    Kintarō and the Yama-uba (Kitagawa Utamaro 喜多川歌麿; 1796)
  10. Kintarō

    Kintarō

    Oniwakamaru and the Giant Carp Fight Underwater by Utagawa Kuniyoshi, 1835, Brooklyn Museum
  11. Japan Journeys

    Culture Japan Journeys

    I love this book. End of review. No, I should write a little more than that. I do love it though. Japan Journeys is a collection of ukiyo-e (the Japanese term for woodblock prints pre-20th century) themed around travel in Japan. I’m not an expert on ukiyo-e, but I’m quite familiar with the...
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