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Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Hangami Danjo-no-jo Arakage killing a giant salamander in the Tontagawa river in the province of Izumo (Edo period, woodblock print).

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Hangami Danjo-no-jo Arakage killing a giant salamander in the Tontagawa river in the province of Izumo (Edo period, woodblock print).

Images and Literary Sources - The Floating World of Ukiyo-e | Exhibitions - Library of Congress

Images and Literary Sources - The Floating World of Ukiyo-e | Exhibitions - Library of Congress

KINGYO-ZUKUSHI TAMAYA TAMAYA>  SALES OF SOAP BUBBLE BY GOLDFISH  KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

KINGYO-ZUKUSHI TAMAYA TAMAYA> SALES OF SOAP BUBBLE BY GOLDFISH KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

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'Fukubara densha kai-i no zu', by Fukao Hokui (深尾北為). Woodblock print, triptych. History, myth and legend. Account of event in 1168 when ghosts of the slain Minamoto appeared to Taira no Kiyomori. (Left)

'Fukubara densha kai-i no zu', by Fukao Hokui (深尾北為). Woodblock print, triptych. History, myth and legend. Account of event in 1168 when ghosts of the slain Minamoto appeared to Taira no Kiyomori. (Left)

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