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‘Cherry Blossoms and Stream’ (mid-nineteenth century). Ink,...

‘Cherry Blossoms and Stream’ (mid-nineteenth century). Ink, colour and gold on paper ( folding screen) by Kano Eigaku Image and text courtesy MFA Boston.

wut? Feudal cats?

Cats Frightened by Toy Dog (above); Cat Using Mousetrap (below); from the series The War of Cats and Mice (Neko nezumi kassen)

Aaron Douglas, Emperor Jones series; woodcut print on Japanese paper (1929)  "Flight" (Aaron Douglas (1899-1979) is the best-known visual artist of the Harlem Renaissance.)

woodcut print on Japanese paper "Flight" (Aaron Douglas is the best-known visual artist of the Harlem Renaissance.

Japan antique art. illustrator / Masawo Kato. kimono beauty lady. Syouwa. 1927.

Japan antique art. illustrator / Masawo Kato. kimono beauty lady. Syouwa. 1927.

Marines lay down suppressing fire on a Japanese position.   Peleliu Island September, 1944.

Marines lay down suppressing fire on a Japanese position.

Japanese traditions - Raijin, the Thunder God...How impressive!!

Visiting Japanese temples, eventually you will wonder who are the characters represented so often by larger-than-life sculptures placed inside many.

Shinto Week!Ginko AdachiEmperor Jinmu - Stories from...

Detail of Emperor Jimmu - Stories from "Nihonki" (Chronicles of Japan), by Ginko Adachi. Woodblock print depicting legendary first emperor Jimmu, who saw a sacred bird flying away while he was in the expedition of the eastern section of Japan.

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