"Pine Trees" by HASEGAWA Tohaku (1539~1610): National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯 松林図(国宝)

Eating The Book of Symbols

"Pine Trees" by HASEGAWA Tohaku (1539~1610): National Treasure of Japan 長谷川等伯 松林図(国宝)

Ogata Korin

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風神雷神図屏風 尾形光琳

風神雷神図屏風 尾形光琳

尾形光琳《紅白梅図屏風》 | OGATA Korin - Red and White Plum Blossoms, 18cent.

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One of Genji's ladies from the Genji scrolls.

One of Genji's ladies from the Genji scrolls.

"The Tale of Genji" is the world's first novel and was written by a Japanese woman shortly after the year 1000 in Japan's Heian era.

"The Tale of Genji" is the world's first novel and was written by a Japanese woman shortly after the year 1000 in Japan's Heian era.

長谷川等伯 松林図屏風

長谷川等伯 松林図屏風

生誕250年記念展 酒井抱一と江戸琳派の全貌|2011年度 展覧会スケジュール|千葉市美術館

生誕250年記念展 酒井抱一と江戸琳派の全貌|2011年度 展覧会スケジュール|千葉市美術館

源氏物語絵巻 24図(げんじものがたりえまき)| 国文学研究資料館

源氏物語絵巻 24図(げんじものがたりえまき)| 国文学研究資料館

“Bamboo River II,” Tale of Genji Painting Scroll. Tokugawa Museum, Japan, ca. 1120-1140 CE. In Ivan Morris, The Tale of Genji Scroll. Introduction by Yoshinobu Tokugawa. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1971.

“Bamboo River II,” Tale of Genji Painting Scroll. Tokugawa Museum, Japan, ca. 1120-1140 CE. In Ivan Morris, The Tale of Genji Scroll. Introduction by Yoshinobu Tokugawa. Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd., 1971.


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Illustration of the en:Genji Monogatari, ch.42–NioumiyaTraditionally credited to en:Tosa Mitsuoki (en:1617–en:1691).

Illustration of the en:Genji Monogatari, ch.42–NioumiyaTraditionally credited to en:Tosa Mitsuoki (en:1617–en:1691).

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Ilustration of the The Tale of Genji, ch.20–Asagao, traditionally credited to Tosa Mitsuoki (1617–1691)

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***This video and audio has been created in accordance with the standard YouTube licence, which does not allow others to reuse the content.*** The song featured is 'To Kill a Mockingbird' by Elmer Bernstein. Featuring clips I filmed of England in Autumn.

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