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BOK003
BOK003

Ogura no Nishiki Vol.3 / Ogura Hyakunin Isshu Illustrated Expository Book
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Ogura Hyakunin Isshu is a collection of one hundred best old poems chosen by Kino Tsurayuki in the Kamakura Era, about 800 years ago
This book is one of the 5 series of 100 poems. Each book has 20 poems and each poem has 2 page wood block print illustration which connotes the scene and feeling of the poem.
Most of the pages are painted by hand over the wood block prints and some paintings continue on the frames. Each poem has adifferent design frame.
It is one of a kind book and amazingly well done.

Some foxing and aging spots present, but the colors are still very bright and beautiful.

Dated 1936.
Published in Kyoto.

$850.- each
Size: Width 9.25"(23.5cm), Length 13"(33.5cm), Thickness 1.5" (3.5cm)

Location:SF shop
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BOK002
BOK002

Ogura no Nishiki Vol.2 / Ogura Hyakunin Isshu Illustrated Expository Book
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BOK002More Details
Ogura Hyakunin Isshu is a collection of one hundred best old poems chosen by Kino Tsurayuki in the Kamakura Era, about 800 years ago
This book is one of the 5 series of 100 poems. Each book has 20 poems and each poem has 2 page wood block print illustration which connotes the scene and feeling of the poem.
Most of the pages are painted by hand over the wood block prints and some paintings continue on the frames. Each poem has adifferent design frame.
It is one of a kind book and amazingly well done.

Some foxing and aging spots present, but the colors are still very bright and beautiful.

Dated 1936.
Published in Kyoto.

$850.- each
Size: Width 9.25"(23.5cm), Length 13"(33.5cm), Thickness 1.5" (3.5cm)

Location: San Francisco shop
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KYO BDH005
KYO BDH005

Japanese Bishamon-Ten / Tamon-Ten

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Beautiful Edo period hand carved wooden sculpture of Bishamon-ten who is thought of as an armor-clad god of warfare or warriors and a punisher of evildoers.
Bishamon is portrayed holding a spear in one hand and a small pagoda in the other hand.
Bishamon is also called Tamonten, meaning "listening to many teachings" because he is the guardian of the places where Buddha preaches. He is the guardian of the North among the Four Guardian Kings, lives half way down the side of Mount Sumeru.

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Size: H 31.5"(80cm), W 12.5"(32cm), D 10"(26cm)

Location: Kyoto Warehouse

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UK8
UK8

Spectacular Samurai battle scene,( 19th Century) H 14.5" X 10"

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Collected at Auction in Japan

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FUMR20
FUMR20

Edo Period (1615-1868) Woodblock print from The Fifty-Three Pairs for the Tokaido Road. Samurai w/ Attendant in Shinagawa by Kuniyoshi.
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The Fifty-Three Pairs for Tokaido Road ----The traditions and historical characters associated with the Tokaido 53 Tsugi by Hiroshige, Kunisada (signed Toyokuni) and Kuniyoshi.

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H13.75" W8.75"
Location:
San Francisco

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