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Mizuno Kumajiro Collection

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Picture of Koto, Game, and Painting, published in 1889. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata

Picture of Koto, Game, and Painting, published in 1889. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
Picture of Koto, Game, and Painting, published in 1889

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Surgical Ward (Gekashitsu) from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club), ca. 1906. ca. 1906

Surgical Ward (Gekashitsu) from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club), ca. 1906. ca. 1906. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
Surgical Ward (Gekashitsu) from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club), ca. 1906

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Sasaki Moritsuna Asking Fisherman to Reveal the Shallows Where His Troops can Cross and At... 1884

Sasaki Moritsuna Asking Fisherman to Reveal the Shallows Where His Troops can Cross and At... 1884
Sasaki Moritsuna Asking Fisherman to Reveal the Shallows Where His Troops can Cross and Attack the Taira Forces at Fujito in Bizen Province

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Long Live the Great Japanese Empire! A Great Victory for Our Troops in the Assault on Song... 1894

Long Live the Great Japanese Empire! A Great Victory for Our Troops in the Assault on Song... 1894
Long Live the Great Japanese Empire! A Great Victory for Our Troops in the Assault on Songhwan (Dai Nihon teikoku banbanzai, Seikan shugeki waga gun taisho no zu), Japan, 1894

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Ornament Ball from kuchie (frontispiece) of a novel, ca. 1906. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata

Ornament Ball from kuchie (frontispiece) of a novel, ca. 1906. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
Ornament Ball from kuchie (frontispiece) of a novel, ca. 1906

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: The Demon Gold (Konjiki yasha), ca. 1903. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata

The Demon Gold (Konjiki yasha), ca. 1903. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
The Demon Gold (Konjiki yasha), ca. 1903

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: The Mad Woman of Yawata (Yawata no kyojo) from kuchie (frontispiece) of a novel, ca. 1905

The Mad Woman of Yawata (Yawata no kyojo) from kuchie (frontispiece) of a novel, ca. 1905

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: An'ei Era [1772-1781] Woman Composing Poems, published in 1891. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata

An'ei Era [1772-1781] Woman Composing Poems, published in 1891. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
An'ei Era [1772-1781] Woman Composing Poems, published in 1891. Series: Thirty-six Ways of Loving

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Going to the Theater: Woman of the Joo Era [1652-55], published in 1893. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata

Going to the Theater: Woman of the Joo Era [1652-55], published in 1893. Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
Going to the Theater: Woman of the Joo Era [1652-55], published in 1893. Series: Thirty-six Selected Beauties

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: The Eel Master (Unagi danna), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

The Eel Master (Unagi danna), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club). Creator: Mizuno Toshikata
The Eel Master (Unagi danna), illustration from Bugei Kurabu (Literary Club)

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: Noblewomen of the Tokugawa Period; Thirty-six Beauties (Sanjuroko kasensoro, 1891-93. 1891-93)

Noblewomen of the Tokugawa Period; Thirty-six Beauties (Sanjuroko kasensoro, 1891-93. 1891-93)
Noblewomen of the Tokugawa Period; Thirty-six Beauties (Sanjuroko kasensoro, 1891-93

Background imageMizuno Kumajiro Collection: The Entrance to the Tea Rooms, c1886-1908. Artist: Mizuno Toshikata

The Entrance to the Tea Rooms, c1886-1908. Artist: Mizuno Toshikata
The Entrance to the Tea Rooms, c1886-1908. A geisha kneels before a shrine in a courtyard (left), while a second geisha places a pair of shoes on the ground


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