Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: One Hundred Aspects of the Moon - # 45 "Hazy Night Moon" -- Yoshitoshi's '100 Aspects of the Moon' The menacing ghost of the priest Kumasaka Chohan who was killed trying to steal gold from an inn haunts Akasaka. "The moon does not rise till dawn tonight; and even when she rises, she will be covered."
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi (1839-1892) One Hundred Aspects of the Moon
Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: One Hundred Aspects of the Moon - # 98 "The Moon's Four Strings" -- Yoshitoshi's '100 Aspects of the Moon' Blind musician Semimaru, a 10th-century imperial court poet, chooses a life of solitude alone on Mount Ausaka near Kyoto. "The first string and the second sound wildly - the autumn wind brushes the pines and falls with broken notes - the third string and the fourth - the fourth string is myself, Semimaru - and four are the strings of the biwa I play."