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Tobacco-pouch with embossed designs; pipecase with design of the Three Heroes of Shoku (Shu), from the Sangokushi (Sanguozhi); kanamono in the form of Tadamori capturing the oil thief; ojime with ho-o and kiri designs Japanese, Meiji era, mid to late 19th century (before 1889) By Unno Shomin, Japanese, 1844–1915 By Serizawa Ryumin, Japanese, born in 1826, MFA

Tobacco-pouch with embossed designs; pipecase with design of the Three Heroes of Shoku (Shu), from the Sangokushi (Sanguozhi); kanamono in the form of Tadamori capturing the oil thief; ojime with ho-o and kiri designs Japanese, Meiji era, mid to late 19th century (before 1889) By Unno Shomin, Japanese, 1844–1915 By Serizawa Ryumin, Japanese, born in 1826, MFA

煙管煙草組物 | 矢立煙管館 | 燕市産業史料館 -新潟県燕市-

煙管煙草組物 | 矢立煙管館 | 燕市産業史料館 -新潟県燕市-

Japanese Kozuka (the hilt of a small sword) by Natsuo KANO (1828-1898) 加納夏雄

Japanese Kozuka (the hilt of a small sword) by Natsuo KANO (1828-1898) 加納夏雄

Spectacular tobacco-pouch and pipecase with embossed designs; kagami netsuke; kanamono; ojime | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Spectacular tobacco-pouch and pipecase with embossed designs; kagami netsuke; kanamono; ojime | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Sakamoto Ryōma (坂本 龍馬, January 3, 1836 – December 10, 1867)

Sakamoto Ryōma (坂本 龍馬, January 3, 1836 – December 10, 1867)

virtual-artifacts:  Two-case inro with design of fish and seaweedJapaneseEdo periodEarly 19th century

virtual-artifacts: Two-case inro with design of fish and seaweedJapaneseEdo periodEarly 19th century

火だるマッチアップ

火だるマッチアップ

Tobacco-pouch and pipecase; netsuke in the form of a dragon and ball, kanamono in the form of a Rakan riding a tiger, with an attendant; ojime with tiger and bamboo  Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century (before 1889)  By Naotada, Japanese  By Minkoku, Japanese, MFA

Tobacco-pouch and pipecase; netsuke in the form of a dragon and ball, kanamono in the form of a Rakan riding a tiger, with an attendant; ojime with tiger and bamboo Japanese, Edo period–Meiji era, mid to late 19th century (before 1889) By Naotada, Japanese By Minkoku, Japanese, MFA

Tsuba (sword guard) by Kaga Goto (Edo period), Japan 雲龍図鐔 加賀後藤

Tsuba (sword guard) by Kaga Goto (Edo period), Japan 雲龍図鐔 加賀後藤

Inrō with Peacocks and Flowers. Artist: Koma Yasutada (Japanese) Edo period (1615–1868), 19th century

Inrō with Peacocks and Flowers. Artist: Koma Yasutada (Japanese) Edo period (1615–1868), 19th century

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