Oichi`s head + Hijikata`s body is accidently equal to Kano Seizaburo XD

Oichi`s head + Hijikata`s body is accidently equal to Kano Seizaburo XD

Toyokuni III/Kunisada (1786 - 1864) 
Seventh Month Pilgrimage at Sensojo Temple 
Series; The Pride of Edo

This is one of ten prints in Kunisada’s series, “The Pride of Edo,” comparing beautiful young women with the famous places of Edo

Toyokuni III/Kunisada (1786 - 1864)
Seventh Month Pilgrimage at Sensojo Temple
Series; The Pride of Edo

This is one of ten prints in Kunisada’s series, “The Pride of Edo,” comparing beautiful young women with the famous places of Edo

Toshimine (1863 - 1934) 
Enjoying the Evening Cool , 1895

Toshimine (1863 - 1934)
Enjoying the Evening Cool , 1895

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905) 
Beauty with a Knife, 1900

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905)
Beauty with a Knife, 1900

Kajita Hanko (1870 - 1917) 
Mother and Daughter , 1900

Kajita Hanko (1870 - 1917)
Mother and Daughter , 1900

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905) 
Elderly Woman Meeting a Daimyo

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905)
Elderly Woman Meeting a Daimyo

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905) 
Struggling over a Beauty

Tomioka Eisen (1864 - 1905)
Struggling over a Beauty

Kitagawa Utamaro
Mashiba Hisayoshi and his kosho. 1804
(implied Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Ishida Mitsunari)

Kitagawa Utamaro
Mashiba Hisayoshi and his kosho. 1804
(implied Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Ishida Mitsunari)

Series: 竸勢 醉虎傳, also known as 競勢 酔虎伝 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Keisei suikoden
Dated 1874, all the ukiyo-e are in the oban format, and there are 24 of them in the series
The name os the series is an allusion to a famous chinese book Water Margins
The publisher is Masada-ya, the carvers are Kataka Horicho and Horiko Tomokochi
The names of the depicted people were mostely changed, but you can easily guess, who is who


This print has a title “伊場七郎” - Iba Shichiro
But it`s easy to understand, than it`s Iba Hachiro who is depicted here
He was a famous and one of the best swordsmen of the Bakumatsu era
Iba had lost his hand during a battle, but kept on fighting. He died on Hakodate a bit later, and one of the versions say, that his death was caused by a painkiller overdose

Series: 竸勢 醉虎傳, also known as 競勢 酔虎伝 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi
Keisei suikoden
Dated 1874, all the ukiyo-e are in the oban format, and there are 24 of them in the series
The name os the series is an allusion to a famous chinese book Water Margins
The publisher is Masada-ya, the carvers are Kataka Horicho and Horiko Tomokochi
The names of the depicted people were mostely changed, but you can easily guess, who is who


This print has a title “伊場七郎” - Iba Shichiro
But it`s easy to understand, than it`s Iba Hachiro who is depicted here
He was a famous and one of the best swordsmen of the Bakumatsu era
Iba had lost his hand during a battle, but kept on fighting. He died on Hakodate a bit later, and one of the versions say, that his death was caused by a painkiller overdose

an ukiyo-e from the Sendai city museum
35 cm x 24 cm
子供遊豆鉄砲の合戦のづ
Kodomo asobi mamedeppou no kassen no zu

The children are playing a game, pretending that they`re taking part in the Boshin war. As you may see, the Imperial forces are in the left, while the Bakufu forces are in the right
Mamedeppou is a toy gun

an ukiyo-e from the Sendai city museum
35 cm x 24 cm
子供遊豆鉄砲の合戦のづ
Kodomo asobi mamedeppou no kassen no zu

The children are playing a game, pretending that they`re taking part in the Boshin war. As you may see, the Imperial forces are in the left, while the Bakufu forces are in the right
Mamedeppou is a toy gun