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A character from Suikoden by Kuniyoshi Utagawa

A character from Suikoden by Kuniyoshi Utagawa

Japanese name:   Boyasha Sonjirô (母夜叉孫二娘)   Chinese name:   The goodwife Sun   Scene: Boyasha Sonjirô, the Amazon,   binding an opponent whom she has overthrown together with his horse in the   snow; she was the wife of Saiyenshi Chôsei

Japanese name: Boyasha Sonjirô (母夜叉孫二娘) Chinese name: The goodwife Sun Scene: Boyasha Sonjirô, the Amazon, binding an opponent whom she has overthrown together with his horse in the snow; she was the wife of Saiyenshi Chôsei

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UKIYO - E.....BY UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI......PARTAGE OF ARTIST SALON OF JAPAN.....ON FACEBOOK......

UKIYO - E.....BY UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI......PARTAGE OF ARTIST SALON OF JAPAN.....ON FACEBOOK......

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Hayakawa Ayunosuke making a fish trap on the Ayukawa River.   Hayakawa Ayunosuke 早川鮎之助 / Honcho Suikoden goyu happyakunin no hitori 本朝水滸傳豪傑八百人一個 (One of the Eight Hundred Heroes of the Water Margin of Japan)  Kuniyoshi

Hayakawa Ayunosuke making a fish trap on the Ayukawa River. Hayakawa Ayunosuke 早川鮎之助 / Honcho Suikoden goyu happyakunin no hitori 本朝水滸傳豪傑八百人一個 (One of the Eight Hundred Heroes of the Water Margin of Japan) Kuniyoshi

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

Les monstres d’Utagawa Kuniyoshi, l’un des derniers maîtres de l’estampe (image)

The 108 Heroes of the Suikoden: names run left to right. top; Shinsanshi Shôkei, Kwachôko Kyô-ô, Chûsenko Teitokuson. middle; Unrikongô Sôman, Botsumemmoku Shôtei, Tessenshi Sôsei. bottom; Mochakuten Tosen, Kyûbiki Tosô-ô, Shômenko Shubu. 1830.

The 108 Heroes of the Suikoden: names run left to right. top; Shinsanshi Shôkei, Kwachôko Kyô-ô, Chûsenko Teitokuson. middle; Unrikongô Sôman, Botsumemmoku Shôtei, Tessenshi Sôsei. bottom; Mochakuten Tosen, Kyûbiki Tosô-ô, Shômenko Shubu. 1830.

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Ohoyamatsumi is in Japanese mythology an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who rules mountain, sea, and war.

Ohoyamatsumi is in Japanese mythology an elder brother of Amaterasu, and an important god who rules mountain, sea, and war.

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