伊藤若冲 《動植綵絵 群鶏図》

伊藤若冲 《動植綵絵 群鶏図》

伊藤若冲「紫陽花双鶏図」

伊藤若冲「紫陽花双鶏図」

Hiroshi Hirakawa #Artwork | Ink Butter™

Hiroshi Hirakawa #Artwork | Ink Butter™

Yoshitoshi - woodcut (The man in the magnificent kimono is an actor playing the part of Fukami Jikyu, a seventeenth-century otokodate, a Japanese fictional hero. Otokodates fought for the rights of the poor and oppressed.)

Yoshitoshi - woodcut (The man in the magnificent kimono is an actor playing the part of Fukami Jikyu, a seventeenth-century otokodate, a Japanese fictional hero. Otokodates fought for the rights of the poor and oppressed.)

豊原国周「見立昼夜廿四時之内 午前十一時」

豊原国周「見立昼夜廿四時之内 午前十一時」

Raijin (雷神?) is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in the Shinto religion and in Japanese mythology. His name is derived from the Japanese words rai (雷?, "thunder") and "god" or "kami" (神 shin?). He is typically depicted as a demon-looking spirit with horns, beating drums to create thunder, usually with the symbol tomoe drawn on the drums. Scroll from the Pushkin Museum.

Raijin (雷神?) is a god of lightning, thunder and storms in the Shinto religion and in Japanese mythology. His name is derived from the Japanese words rai (雷?, "thunder") and "god" or "kami" (神 shin?). He is typically depicted as a demon-looking spirit with horns, beating drums to create thunder, usually with the symbol tomoe drawn on the drums. Scroll from the Pushkin Museum.

Revenge of Ghosts, ca. 1849-1953 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Revenge of Ghosts, ca. 1849-1953 by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi, Japan (1839)

UTAGAWA Kuniyoshi, Japan (1839)

Nakamura Kichiemon as Chobei in "Suzugamori" by Natori Shunsen, 1951 (published by Watanabe Shozaburo)

Nakamura Kichiemon as Chobei in "Suzugamori" by Natori Shunsen, 1951 (published by Watanabe Shozaburo)

Ikenaga Yasunari 池永 康晟 - Photobook Yuihan - Japan - 2004 - Yui Yokoyama 1st…

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