■About This Design
This nishiki-e depicts Kanya Morita VIII performing “Kagokakiuguisu no Jirosaku” from the play “Katakiuchi-noriaibanashi. It depicts Jirosaku performing a dance called “Modorikago”.
These goods are based on the nishiki-e of actors left by “Toshusai Sharaku”.
The Japanese painter Toshusai Sharaku produced more than 140 paintings of actors and sumo wrestlers in a short period of about 10 months from May 1794, but then disappeared without a trace and stopped publishing any of his works.
This product is produced by processing a nishiki-e print from the Tokyo National Museum collection.
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