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A Modern Pictorial Version of the Buddha's Eight-fold Path, from the Series Shaka hassoki iImayo utsushi-e (The Life of the Buddha in Up-todate Magic Lantern Slides), #10
Actor Segawa Rokô V as the Evil Woman (Dokufu) Funamushi, from the Series The Book of the Eight Dog Heroes (Hakkenden inu no sôshi no uchi) 「八犬傳犬のさうしの内 毒婦舩虫（どくふふなむし）」 五代目瀬川路考
Actors Ichikawa Kuzô III as Hiraoka Shirogorô and Ichikawa Kobunji I as the Servant (Shimobe) Hikosuke, Sawamura Tanosuke III as Otake Dainich, and Nakamura Shikan IV as Sakama Jin'emon and Bandô Matsujirô as Umenosuke
Appearance of Genji by a Fraudulent Murasaki: A Visual Parody of the Eight Views, Clearing Mist (Nise Murasaki Genji sugata: Mitate hakkei no uchi, Seiran)
Celestial Woman Appearing to Samurai Drawing Sword, from the Series Shaka hassoki iImayo utsushi-e (The Life of the Buddha in Up-todate Magic Lantern Slides) # 25
Hôchô-ji on Mount Seitan at Ushibushi, No. 7 of the Chichibu Pilgrimage Route (Chichibu junrei shichiban Ushibushi Seitaizan Hôchô-ji), from the series Miracles of Kannon (Kannon reigenki)
Kanpei's Wife Okaru, from the Series Teijo Eimeiden no Uchi (Stories of Virtuous Women)
Kokatsu Upstairs at the Senchô-rô, from the series An Assortment of Beauties in the Modern Style (Imayô bijin zoroe)
Nakamura Kirizo as the Taikomochi Kirihachi
No. 23 from the Series The Life of the Buddha in Up-to-date Magic Lantern Slides (Shaka hassô ki imayô utsushi-e)
No. 36, Kashiwagi, from the series Lady Murasaki's Genji Cards (Murasaki Shikibu Genji karuta)
No. 50, Azumaya, from the series Lady Murasaki's Genji Cards (Murasaki Shikibu Genji karuta)
Twilight Snow at Hira (Hira bosetsu), from the series Eight Views of Ômi (Ômi hakkei no uchi)
Woman in Armor with Sword, from the Series Suikoden haiyu kagami (Mirror of Kabuki Actors in the Water Margin)
Yoshiwara, from the series One Hundred Beautiful Women at Famous Places in Edo (Edo meisho hyakunin bijo)
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Last updated: 09/25/2023