小早川隆景彦山ノ天狗問答之Kobayakawa Takakage Debating with the Tengu

小早川隆景彦山ノ天狗問答之Kobayakawa Takakage Debating with the Tengu

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: Kobayamawa Takakage debating with the Tengu of Mount Hiko, from - Hara Shobō

歌川国貞: 「稲木新之丞」 - 演劇博物館デジタル

歌川国貞: 「稲木新之丞」 - 演劇博物館デジタル

「邸内遊楽図屏風」(右隻部分) 江戸時代(寛永期) " Mansion in the Recreation figure screen " ( right vessels Partial ) Edo Period ( period Kanei ) Kan'ei (寛永?) was a Japanese era name (年号, nengō,?, lit. "year name") after Genna and before Shōhō. This period spanned the years from February 1624 through December 1643

「邸内遊楽図屏風」(右隻部分) 江戸時代(寛永期) " Mansion in the Recreation figure screen " ( right vessels Partial ) Edo Period ( period Kanei ) Kan'ei (寛永?) was a Japanese era name (年号, nengō,?, lit. "year name") after Genna and before Shōhō. This period spanned the years from February 1624 through December 1643

Cool Ukiyo-e (Japanese Classic woodblock prints) by Kuniyoshi Utagawa (1797 - 1862)

昨日描いたかのように斬新な浮世絵 - 歌川国芳

河鍋暁斎: 「元〔禄日本〕錦」 「け」「倉橋伝助武幸」「や」「岡島八十右エ門常樹」 - 東京都立図書館

河鍋暁斎: 「元〔禄日本〕錦」 「け」「倉橋伝助武幸」「や」「岡島八十右エ門常樹」 - 東京都立図書館

Onogawa Kisaburo and goblin from the series "One Hundred Ghost stories from China and Japan", 1865 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Yoshitoshi Tsukioka, 1865 The lord of the Kurume Clan was said to be haunted by a monster every night. In this print his vassal, the sumo Onogawa Kisaburō, is shown blowing smoke in it’s face.

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