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Aqueduct in Nanzen-ji Temple complex, Kyoto, Japan Featured Lake Biwa Print

Aqueduct in Nanzen-ji Temple complex, Kyoto, Japan

Built during the Meiji Period (1868-1912), the aqueduct is part of a canal system that was constructed to carry water and goods between Kyoto and Lake Biwa in neighbouring Shiga Prefecture

© Alex Spatari

2015, 567073237, Aqueduct, Arch, Architectural Column, Architecture, Art, Asia, Brick, Brick Wall, Bridge Built Structure, Building Exterior, Built Structure, Carving Craft Product, Craft, Day, Design, East Asia, History, Japan, Japanese Culture, Kinki Region, Kyoto Prefecture, Nanzenji Temple, No People, Photography, Rinzai Zen Buddhism, Travel Destinations, Tree, Vertical

Hikone, Japan - Teahouse at Genkyu-en Garden Featured Lake Biwa Print

Hikone, Japan - Teahouse at Genkyu-en Garden

Teahouse at Genkyu-en (Genkyuen) Garden, situated at the foot of the castle at Hikone, a city at the eastern edge of Lake Biwa in Shiga prefecture, central Japan. The park contains a sprawling villa built in the Chinese Tang Dynasty style in 1677 for Naooki Ii, the fourth lord of Hikone. This card (and the one which precedes it - see 11008067) were printed from an identical plate (prior to hand-tinting), albeit reversed! This card shows the INCORRECT orientation of the scene. Date: circa 1909

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Couortisane prepares night Evening glow first time Featured Lake Biwa Print

Couortisane prepares night Evening glow first time

Couortisane prepares for the night Evening glow for the first time the bed is spread Shikizome no sekisho (title on object) Eight faces of the courtesan quarter (series title) Kuruwa hakkei (series title on object A courtesan takes off her purple handwarmers by candlelight, in preparation for the night. With one poem. The concept of Eight faces stems from Chinese poetry, after which it was taken over by Chinese painting, and then the Japanese. It was one of the first themes used in Japanese print art, combining it with famous places around Lake Biwa in the province of Omi (Eight views of Omi), or for example the capital Edo (Eight views of the Eastern capital). It is also frequently used in other compositions, such as the various parts of the day, generally depicted in combination with fashion-conscious ladies., Utagawa Sadakage (mentioned on object), Japan, 1832, paper, colour woodcut, h 209 mm ? w 184 mm

© Artokoloro