Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca. 1760 - / Waterfall where Yoshitsune Washed his Horse, Yoshino, Yamato Province (Washu Yoshino Yoshitsune uma arai no taki), from the series "Tour of Waterfalls in Various Province"
Hokusai - Warriors in combat Ca - On display at the MFA until August 2015 is an exhibition entitled simply Hokusai, which draws on the museum's collection to provide a broad selection of the Japanese artist's work that spans his entire career.
'The Sailor Tokuso Encountering an Umibōzu' by Japanese printmaker Utagawa Kuniyoshi Ukiyo-e print. Umibōzu is a spirit in Japanese folklore. The Umibōzu is said to live in the ocean and capsize the ship of anyone who dares speak to it.