Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

by title...

no. 1, By now you must be near Komakata, a cuckoo calls -Takao

no. 84, Cloth-Beating Moon, Yugiri

A Collection of Desires: I Want to See My Face

A Collection of Desires: I Want to Start My Performance

Apsara dancing with two children

Begonia, Marikoji Yoshiko

Brocade Pictures for Moral Education: Mother Meng's Teaching

Chronicle of the Conquest of Kagoshima: Officer Nozu Retrieves the National Flag During a Battle at the Mouth of the Takase River

Chronicles of the Toyotomi Clan: Picture of the Water-Seige of Takamatsu Castle

Chrysanthemum Pattern and a Fortune Bag: no. 1

Chrysanthemum Pattern and a Fortune Bag: no. 2

Chrysanthemum Pattern and a Fortune Bag: no. 3

Eight Views of Warriors' Fine Tales: Returning Sails from the Ryukyu Islands

Hino Kumawakamaru

Ichiryubo Bunsha; Kotegara Hanji

Ito Koryu; Priest Dentatsu

Ito Ryokaku; Sekiguchi Yataro

Kyokudo Rinsho; Toki Gen'emon and Amano Den'emon

Minamoto Yorimitsu Ason

Mirror of Wise and Benevolent Heroes of Japan: Minamoto no Tametomo

Momokawa Engyoku; Ishikawa Mon'ya Katsuaki

no. 31, The ever-reflecting water is frozen and covered with ice, it does not mirror the evening moon in the sky -Sogi

no. 48, Huai River moon, Wu Zixu

no. 81, Moon of the Red Cliffs

no. 83, As I am about to enter the ranks of those who disobey, ever more brightly shines, the moon of the summer night -Akashi Gidayu

no. 95, the moon's invention, Hozo temple

Observant, A Kyoto Waitress in the Meiji Era

Picture of Fujiwara Hidesato Shooting the Giant Centipede at the Dragon King's Palace

Picture of Oniwaka Observing the Giant Carp in the Pool

Plum, Nishinotoin Shigeko

Relaxed, the appearance of a Kyoto geisha during the Kansei era [1789-1801]

Stories of the Loyalty of Chivalrous Spirits: no. 7, Onodera Koemon Fujiwara Hidetomi

Tabakoya Kihachi

The Hirakiyo restaurant at Fukagawa

The Story of Otomi and Yosaburo

The Twenty-Four Hours at Shinbashi and Yamagibashi: 1 a.m.

The Twenty-Four Hours at Shinbashi and Yamagibashi: 10 a.m.

The Twenty-Four Hours at Shinbashi and Yamagibashi: 6 p.m.

The Yakukinro restaurant in the Shintomi District

Ushiwaka Maru learns the martial arts from Sojobo

Warm, An Urban Widow of the Kansei era [1789-1801]

Yang Guifei


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