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'Nichiren Calming the Storm.' Japanese Oban color print, 1835, by Utagawa
'The Blind Men and the Elephant.' Japanese woodblock print from the 'Manga'
Japanese samurai warrior, Genkuro Yoshitsune and warrior monk, Saito Musashibo Benkei
Ichijo Jiro Tadanori and Notonokami Noritsune, two Japanese samurai warriors battling each other
Japanese ornamental stone lantern post in a garden setting, next to a tall bush and small stones
Scroll painting attributed to Taiko Josetsu
Japanese scroll painting of a scene from the Yadorigi chapter of Lady Murasaki's
Street scene (top)/Public bath (bottom). Sketch from Katsushika Hokusai's 'Manga
Samurai cleaning his sword. Japanese painting, 16-17th century.
Scene from the 'Chushingura,' the Japanese tale of the 47 Ronin (or 47 Samurai)
Seated with his father and mother, Prince Gautama is entertained by dancers. Japanese silk painting
Small Japanese ship employing Portuguese pilots for trade along the Asian coast. Wood votive table
Also known as Prince Ouso. Japanese legendary prince of the 4th century A
Japanese cartoon showing the Chinese mode of transportation, with four men harnessed
A Japanese cartoon comprising two illustrations depicting Chinese religious practices
Detail of a woodblock print from Katsushika Hokusai's 'Manga.'
A woman of the upper class enjoying a garden with giant peonies outside a villa in Japan
A Japanese cartoon depicting a Chinese soldier frightened by a scarecrow symbolizing
(944-1021). Known as Minamoto no Raiko. Japanese warrior
Armed Japanese monks, the protectors of the Buddhist monasteries, descend from their
Buddha is born from the side of Queen Maya as she reaches up to a branch in her garden
The Buddha is born out of the side of Queen Maya as she reaches up to a branch in her garden
Two men playing Go. Detail of a woodblock print, 1815, from the 'Manga' of
Prince Gautama (third from right) leaves his wealthy family's home to enter the
Samurai carry a large replica of their shield during the Gion Festival, Tokyo, Japan
(845-903). Japanese scholar, poet, and politician of the Heian period
Lacquered wood figure of a Zen priest, abbot of a monastery, Muromachi period, 1392-1573.
Japanese Buddhist deity who judges the souls of the dead. Derived from the Sanskrit Yama
Defending Japanese warriors board a Mongol ship and engage in hand-to-hand combat
Japanese warrior, portrayed by actor Iwai Shijaku in an 1830s performance, riding
Japanese man, possibly a samurai, holding a sword and umbrella. Woodblock print by Masanobu Okumura
A Japanese soldier has pierced the fortress from which Russian soldiers had fallen with his bayonet
Various birds: woodblock print from the 'Manga' of Katsushika Hokusai, 1817.
Warrior hero, Minamoto Yoshiiye, determined the position of his enemy by observing
Farmers digging up the paddies before seeding the rice. Japanese scroll painting
Woodblock print by Katsushika Hokusai.
Samurai from around the time of the attempted Mongol invasion of the island, c1281
Rebel soldiers of Generals Noboyuri and Yoshitomo are pictured preventing court officials
Sketch by a Japanese artist, late 19th century, for a woodblock print showing a wounded
Women prepare cotton for spinning with a tool called a kituna; man at right carries
A cartoon showing a kneeling Chinese man speaking to a crying woman sitting on a
(1760-1849). Japanese artist. Self-portrait as an old man, from a brush drawing.
Japanese samurai warriors, identified as Motosei Komei, Unri Kongo Soma, and Rokkasei Koryo
Scoll painting by Toba Sojo (1053-1140).
Sketch from Katsushika Hokusai's 'Manga,' c1836.
Ink wash drawing of bamboo on handmade paper by Hokusai Katsushika, c1830-1850.
Japanese general and statesman of the Taira clan. Silk painting, 1583.
A standing samurai wearing armor that holds his arrows and sword, grasping a bow in his left hand
A woman embroidering beside giant peonies in a garden in Japan
Kongo Rikishi (guardian) in the Todai-ji Temple at Nara, Japan. Photograph, c1960s.
Japanese tsuri-daiko (hanging drum) and taiko (drum). Ink drawing, Japanese, 1878.
A Japanese woman with half-brothers Minamoto no Yoshitsune (1159-1189) and Minamoto no Yoritomo
Childe Hassam: Allied Flags, Union League Club.
Kondo (Main Hall) at the Horyuji at Nara, section.
A Tengu, a winged demon of Japanese folklore. Line drawing after a woodblock print.
A Japanese warrior with bow drawn, aiming at one of four targets
Fired clay sculpture of a house, intended for burial. Japanese, Kofun period, 3rd-6th century A
Color woodcut by Uehara Konen, early 20th century.
(1139-1170). Also known as Chinzei Hachiro Tametomo. Japanese warrior. Tametomo holding his bow
Japanese scroll painting, c1800.
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