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Battling Frogs. Kuniyoshi

Print (Famous Heroes of the Kabuki Stage Played by Frogs - Japanese Wood-Cut Print)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川国芳) Woodblock print, oban tate-e. Taira no Koremochi killing the demon woman with a long sword.

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Kuniyoshi: Kosonsho conjures a fierce wind with his magic sword. Part of "The Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, One by One", ca 1830

Utagawa Kuniyoshi japanese japan myth legend wolf catcher

While I am not totally in love with the actual wolf in the picture I do think it is important to see how wolves have appeared in traditional Japanese art.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi

While Mercury is in Libra, the mind is clear and objective. This mind is capable of assessments that are free from the biases of desire or preference, allowing for appraisals that consider all the …

Utagawa KUNIYOSHI ( 1798-1861 ) ~ Kyusempo Sakucho at the battle of Peking from Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyaku-hachi-nin no hitori, “The Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, One by One.”

Utagawa KUNIYOSHI ( ) ~ Kyusempo Sakucho at the battle of Peking from Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyaku-hachi-nin no hitori, “The Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, One by One.

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Cats in Art & Illustration: Detail, 'Cats Join to Form the Vocabulary of Fish: Bonito' by Japanese artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi Ukiyo-e. via Ukiyo-e Ota Memorial Museum of Art

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Utagawa Kuniyoshi/浪裡白跳張順

White Streak in the Waves Zhang Shun (浪裡白跳張順), from the series "The 108 Heroes of the Popular Suikoden (Tsuzoku Suikoden goketsu hyaku-hachi-nin no hitori)" / Utagawa Kuniyoshi (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker,

Bachō Mōki「馬超 孟起」 (Ma Chao), by Utagawa Kuniyoshi 「歌川 国芳」

Bachō Mōki「馬超 孟起」 (Ma Chao), by Utagawa Kuniyoshi 「歌川 国芳」

A character from Suikoden by Kuniyoshi Utagawa

Shi Jin is a fictional character in the Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. He ranks of the 36 Heavenly Spirits of the 108 Liangshan heroes and is nicknamed "Nine Tattooed Dragons"