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A Popular Selection of Six Flowers: A Handmade Flower

Actor Ichikawa Danjuro VIII as Natsume Shirasaburo, Actor Bando Shuka I as Mijin Omatsu, unidentified actor as Teshita Gansuke, and Actor Kataoka Toragoro I as Senri Toranoo

Actor Ichikawa Ebizo V as Musashibo Benkei

Actor Ichikawa Ichizo as Nadauemon, Actor Ichikawa Kodanji as Tonnenbo, Actor Onoe Kikujiro as Nadeshiko Ogami, Actor Nakamura Turunosuke as Washizu Rokuro

Actor Nakamura Fukusuke I as Yamaneko Sanji

Actor Nakamura Shikan II in The Nine Transformations

Actor Nakamura Shikan IV as Kiyomizu no Chigo Sutewakamaru

Actor Nakamura Tsuruzo I as Hiraga Jirozo

Actor Nakamura Utaemon III as Mitsugi's Aunt Omine

Actor Onoe Kikugoro IV as Takiyasha hime, Actor Nakamura Fukusuke I as Yoshitomo Jiro, and unidentified actor as Toroku Sakon

Actor Onoe Matsusuke II as Karigane Bunshichi

Actors Bando Hikosaburo V as Sasaki Uemon, Onoe Kikugoro IV as mekake [mistress] Katsuragi jitsuha Koshiragiku, and Kawarazaki Gonjuro I as Kano Gagakunosuke

Actors Ichikawa Danjuro VII as Soga Goro Tokimune and Ichikawa Monnosuke as Kewaizaka no Shosho from the series Mitate Kyogen

Actors Ichikawa Danjuro VII, Iwai Kumesaburo II and Matsumoto Koshiro V at the Sumida River in the Snow

Actors Ichikawa Danjuro VIII as Natsume Shirosaburo, Bando Shuka I as Omatsu, and Ichikawa Kuzo II in an unread role

Actors Ichikawa Danjuro VIII as Natsume Shirosaburo, Nakamura Kantaro I, Bando Shuka I as Omatsu, Nakayama Bungoro II as Yanushi Shikuro, Arashi Kichisaburo III as Kabu Isohei, and Fujikawa Kaju III

Actors Ichikawa Ichizo III as detchi [apprentice] Ichimatsu, Nakamura Fukusuke I as Yaoya Hanbei, and Ichikawa Dannosuke V as the geisha Kohina

Actors Ichikawa Shinsha I as Gorobee musume [maiden] Oriu, Nakamura Fukusuke I as Kiyari no Kenzo, Bando Tamasaburo II as Mondo musume [maiden] Osode, and Ichikawa Ichizo III as Kamiyuhi Jinzo

Actors Nakamura Tsuruzo as Aburaya Genemon, the actor Ichikawa Fukutaro I as musume [maiden] Osome, and Nakamura Fukusuke as Detsuchi Hisamatsu

Actors Onoe Kikugoro as Akishino, Ichikawa Kodanji as Bungonosuke, and Ichikawa Ichizo as Toriyama Akisaku

Actors Sawamura Tossho I, Bando Mitsugoro, and Nakamura Shikan II in the Kurumabiki Scene

Aoi, from an untitled series of Genji pictures

Aoisaka

Aoisaka

Arai Station, Kojoro

Articulated Shunga Couple with Original Wrapper

Asaina Tobei

Azuma no Yoshiro

Combined Pictures and Calligraphy of Actor-Poets: Actor Ichimura Uzaemon XII

Dragon King's Underwater Palace

Eight Views of Edo Figures: Shinagawa

Eijiri

Fan of Ichikawa Danjuro VII

Flowers and Birds: Genji and His Companions Sharing a Boat

Fujisawa, Oguri Hangan

Fukuroi, Tadanobu

Hanakawado

Hara

Hatchobori

Hiratsuka, Mancho's daughter Okoma

Ichikawa Ichizo III

Ichikawa Ichizo III as Dekiboshi no Sankichi

Ichimura Takenojo V Memorial Portrait

Illustration of Uncommon Guests at the Gankiro

Kabuki Actors Enjoying the Evening Cool

Kanbara

Kataoka Nizaemon VIII as Kanawa Goro Imakuni

Kawasaki Station, Shirai Gonpachi

Life of Honchomaru Tsunagoro saved by divine favor at Naritasan

Mariko

Mimeguri

Naito Shunjuku

Nakamura Shikan IV

Nakamura Utaemon IV Memorial Portrait

Nihonbashi, Katsuo-uri, the Bonito Fish Peddler

Numazu

Oiso, Juro Sukenari

Okabe

Okazaki

Poem by Fujiwara no Okikaze, Actor Nakamura Utaemon III as Toneri Umeomaru

Poem by Gonchunagon Atsutada, Actor Bando Mitsugoro III as Shunkan Sozu

Poem by Kakinomoto Hitomaro, Actor Iwai Kumesaburo III as Matsuura Sayohime

Poem by Mibu no Tadami, Actor Iwai Kumesaburo III as Motome

Poems of the Season: Summer

Present Times

Reading a Book

Scenes for the Twelve Correspondences According to the Ise Almanac, Middle Section: Nozuku, Cleaning the Well in the Seventh Month

Sekidera Komachi

Seven Komachi

Spring at Mount Arashi

Suzuka Pass between Sakanoshita and Tsuchiyama, Kijin no Omatsu

Taking Shelter from the Rain in a Sudden Shower

Ushiwakamaru and Benkei

Ushiwakamaru Training with Tengu in the Mountains Near Kyoto

Zhang Fei, Liu Bei, and Guan Yu


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