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Osaka, Japan in Asia

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Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of House Interior Featured Osaka Print

Vintage Japanese Woodblock print of House Interior

This wonderful colourful Oban woodblock print is by Yamazaki Toshinobu, (1857-1885) Son of a barber; He created thirty woodblock prints of the 1877 Satsuma Rebellion. He moved to Osaka where he worked as an illustrator of novels created illustrations for newspapers and continued to create woodblock prints

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Dotonbori canal in Osaka, Kansai region, Japan Featured Osaka Print

Dotonbori canal in Osaka, Kansai region, Japan

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Prince Shotoku Taishi - son of 31st Emperor Yomei-tenno Featured Osaka Print

Prince Shotoku Taishi - son of 31st Emperor Yomei-tenno

Prince Shotoku (574622) - also known as Prince Umayado or Prince Kamitsumiya - a semi-legendary regent and a politician of the Asuka period in Japan who served under Empress Suiko. The son of Emperor Yomei and his consort, Princess Anahobe no Hashihito, Shotoku commissioned the Shitenno-ji (temple) in Settsu Province (present-day Osaka) after his military victory against the powerful Mononobe clan. The Prince was an ardent Buddhist and is traditionally attributed the authorship of the Sangyo Gisho or "Annotated Commentaries on the Three Sutras". Date: 7th century

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