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 「KINBINROU IN YOSHIHARA」

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kinpeiro House at Shin Yoshiwara                    By Toyohara Kunichika     Year 1870


Story:

Toyohara Kunichika (Japanese: 豊原 国周; 30 June 1835 – 1 July 1900) was a Japanese woodblock print artist. His deep appreciation and knowledge of kabuki drama led to his production primarily of ukiyo-e actor-prints, which are woodblock prints of kabuki actors and scenes from popular plays of the time.

The Meiji period brought competition from the new technologies of photography and photoengraving, effectively destroying the careers of most.[

In guides rating ukiyo-e artists his name appeared in the top ten in 1865, 1867, and 1885, when he was in eighth, fifth, and fourth place, respectively.[9] In 1867, one year before the collapse of the Tokugawa Shogunate, he received an official commission by the government to contribute ten pictures to the 1867 World Exhibition in Paris.[12] He also had a print at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.[13]

To his contemporaries and now to some modern art historians, this has been seen as a significant achievement during a transitional period of great social and political change in Japan's history.[1]

[ANGER OF SUGAWARA NO MICHIZANE]

By Kuniyasu

in 1815

WHAT'S NEW?

[ANGER OF SUGAWARA NO MICHIZANE]

By Kuniyasu

in 1815

 

(same item as above, seen in Natural Sunlight)

                  

 

   

 

 

  

When you serving yourself a cup of coffee/tea, what do you pour it in? A mag cup? A tea cup?                   

It may tastes different from what you use, if you are a deep coffee/tea lover.  

A sort of sour coffee may not fit much with iron cup. But any kind of drink will be delightful with china.

 

 

 

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Coffee / Tea Pot

When you serving yourself a cup of coffee/tea, what do you pour it in? A mag cup? A tea cup? It may tastes different from what you use, if you are a deep coffee/tea lover.  A sort of sour coffee may not fit much with iron cup. But any kind of drink won't change even a little with this kind of  china cups. 


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