Tenno-ji, Osaka

by Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s)

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Tenno-ji, Osaka by Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s)

Original Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s) Japanese Woodblock Print
Tenno-ji, Osaka

Series; The Shank's Mare Tokaido, 1918
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The Shank's Mare Tokaido - Jippensha Ikku's famous novel "Tokaidochu Hizakurige" or "Shank's Mare Tokaido" chronicled the comic adventures of his two heroes, Yajirobei and Kitahachi, as they made their way from Tokyo to Kyoto and then Osaka along the famed Tokaido road in the early 19th century. They traveled by "shank's mare" or on foot. The two commoners Yaji and Kita experienced a series of comic misadventures as they traveled from one station to the next. These beautiful oban prints are from a fantastic original release of Tamenobu's "Shank's Mare Tokaido" in 1918.

Artist - Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s)

Image Size - 8 1/2" x 13" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with excellent color and detail as shown. Backed with paper. Vertical centerfold. Slight toning and soiling. Please see photos for details.

Tenno-ji, Osaka by Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s)
Tenno-ji, Osaka by Fujikawa Tamenobu (active circa 1890 - 1910s)

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