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Carte Postale Glycines et hochequeue japonaises (par Hokusai)

Carte Postale Glycines et hochequeue japonaises (par Hokusai)

Gogh vs. Hokusai: The Best of Five Matches | INTOJAPAN / WARAKU MAGAZINE

Japanese Ukiyo-e Woodblock print, Katsushika Hokusai, “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, The Great Wave off Kanagawa”

Carte Postale Lutteurs de sumo de Hokusai

Carte Postale Lutteurs de sumo de Hokusai

Carte Postale Pivoines et art japonais jaune canari par Hokusai

Carte Postale Pivoines et art japonais jaune canari par Hokusai

BnF - L'estampe japonaise

BnF - L'estampe japonaise

Title:黄鳥 長春(こうちょう ばら) Warbler and Roses (Kôchô, bara), from an untitled series known as Small Flowers Artist:葛飾北斎 Katsushika Hokusai

Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, - Warbler and Roses (Kôchô, bara), from an untitled series known as Small Flowers, about 1834 (Tenpô Edo period

Carte Postale Watermill at Onden (by Hokusai)

Carte Postale Watermill at Onden (by Hokusai)

富岳三十六景 No.032.尾州不二見原

"Fuji View Field in Owari Province"(尾州不二見原/Bishū Fujimigahara); Fujimi Fuji view field in the Owari province - "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji" by Hokusai

Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca. 1760 - 1849) / Wisteria and Wagtail (Fuji, sekirei), from an untitled series known as Small Flowers

Wisteria and Wagtail (Fuji, sekirei), from an untitled series known as Small Flowers - Katsushika Hokusai - 1834 (Museum of Fine Arts Boston)

北斎漫画

北斎漫画

Kohada Koheiji, ca. 1831-1832 by Hokusai Katsushika || Kohada Koheiji was killed by his wife and her lover. As revenge he returns to haunt the couple while they are in bed together inside mosquito netting.

Katsushika Hokusai, Kohada Koheiji (detail), What a woeful tale have I! My wife had her lover drown me in a swamp.

Kappa are legendary creatures; a type of water sprite found in Japanese folklore. However they are also considered to be a part of Cryptozoology, due to claims of sightings.

Kappa are legendary creatures; a type of water sprite found in Japanese folklore. However they are also considered to be a part of Cryptozoology, due to claims of sightings. It could be the Japanese giant salamander.

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