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  • All fields: Parody
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    • Snake: Shinobazu Benzaiten

    • women; kimonos; hairstyles; hair ornaments; folding screens; koto; lanterns (lighting devices); bridges (built works); trees; musical instruments
    • A woman leans lightly forward to play a koto. While she appears to be inside, backed by a folding screen and seated near a paper lantern that glows softly, the inset shows blossoming cherry trees around Shinobazu Pond at Ueno, with its shrine to...
    • Monkey: Minami Denmacho parade float

    • men (male humans); banners; fans (costume accessories); costume; parades; hairstyles; sandals; hats
    • Two young men dressed in festival costumes stand in the foreground. Behind them another fellow raises wooden clappers to make a loud noise. The inset shows a Hie Sanno Festival float topped by a statue of a monkey, the messenger of the Sanno /...
    • Pine-mushrooms

    • women; kimonos; waterfalls (natural bodies of water); hairstyles; baskets; flowers (plants); baskets; curtains
    • Meiji period color woodblock triptych depicting a group of bijin in an outdoor setting picking mushrooms. A waterfall is seen in the background in the center panel. Bright colors used in the image create a fantastic appearance.
    • Rat: Denzu-in Daikokuten

    • women; children (people by age group); kimonos; hats; trees; temples
    • A mother carries her son, who is wearing a tam-o'shanter or daikoku zukin, a cap associated with Daikokuten, God of Wealth and one of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune. The boy's kimono has various auspicious symbols, including a magic mallet (used by...
    • Rabbit: Kameido Myogi Shrine

    • women; children (people by age group); kimonos; hairstyles; trees; flowers (plants); sandals; shrines (structures)
    • The Shinto Shrine at Kameido is dedicated to Sugawara Michizane, also known as Kitano Tenjin, who had a great love of plum blossoms, so the grounds are noted for their early spring flowers (a branch of which juts into the composition and extends...
    • Sheep: Ueno Zoo

    • women; men (male humans); children (people by age group); girls; boys; hats; hairstyles; Built complexes and districts; zoos
    • Two women accompany a young girl in the foreground, while at rear a man in kimono and Western style hat supervises his son and daughter petting a ram at the Tokyo Zoo, founded in 1882 at Ueno Park.
    • Dog: Kanda Myojin Shrine first visit

    • women; men (male humans); children (people by age group); kimonos; trees; built complexes and districts; hairstyles; hair ornaments
    • A family returns from the Shinto shrine of Kanda Myojin where they have received blessings for their children, including the baby wrapped in a purple cloak decorated with auspicious symbols. The young boy carries a packet of "1000 year candy" /...
    • Bird: Asakusa Rice Fields

    • women; men (male humans); kimonos; banners; sandals; headgear
    • In the 11th month, the Tori no Ichi Festival is held at the Hanamata Washi Daimyojin Shinto Shrine of the Buddhist temple of Chokoku-ji. An important image at the temple, popular with actors and courtesans, depicts Myoken, Bodhisattva of the North...
    • Boar, Shitaya Marishiten

    • women; kimonos; built works; built complexes and districts
    • The esoteric Buddhist deity Marishiten is of Indian origin, the daughter of Brahma (J: Bonten) and associated with rays of the sun. Images of Marishi have multiple arms and faces and are shown riding a wild boar, hence the association with this...
    • Tiger: Kagurazaka Bishamon

    • women; children (people by age group); boys; men (male humans); helmets; kimonos; spears (weapons); temples (structures); Built complexes and districts; girls
    • A boy is dressed like the Buddhist Guardian King Bishamonten, holding a trident and wooden pagoda (that represents the relics of the historical Buddha). The boy's mother holds a calico cat (a "tiger" symbol) while the family servant giggles and...
    • Ox: Mukojima Ushijima Shrine

    • Celebration/festival; women; kimonos; hairstyles; shrines (structures); men (male humans)
    • Two women have been enjoying the cherry blossoms, for which Mukojima was famous, and one lady now rests on a red felt covered seat. The Meiji author Nagai Kafu thought highly of the area: "They who make the count of famous places of Tokyo cannot...
    • Horse: oji Inari Shrine

    • women; children (people by age group); Single Built Works; trees; banners; kimonos; sandals
    • A mother carries her son on her back "horse riding" / uma nori - piggy back- style while her daughter entertains him with some hand puppets of a fox woman and samurai. The inset shows the Inari Shrine at Oji, one of the oldest Shinto sites in the...
    • Dragon: Fukagawa Hachiman Fuji

    • women; kimonos; hairstyles; fans (costume accessories); sandals; shrines (structures); trees; hills
    • These two women are dressed in summer kimono with blue water patterns. The kneeling woman holds out an ornament with a straw dragon entwined around a pine branch, a symbol of the “sea god” / umi no kami associated with the worship of the Shinto...
    • Parody of Genji

    • porches; bridges (built works); princes; kimonos; hats; Japanese maple; swords
    • Meiji period color woodblock triptych depicting a seated Prince Genji attended by his maids watching two actors performing on a bridge. The sun is setting in the background.
    • Wu Meng (Gomo) letting mosquitoes bite him

    • women; children (people by age group); kimonos; fans (costume accessories); oil lamps; fruit; stoves (heating equipment); Single Built Works; tables (support furniture); men (male humans)
    • Meiji period color woodblock print from the "Parody of 24 Paragons of Filial Piety" series, depicting the dutiful son Gomo eating a pomegranate. Above them Wu Meng has lit a smoking fire to protect his father from mosquitoes.
    • Guo Ju (Kakkyo) finds a gold rice pot

    • men (male humans); women; children (people by age group); lanterns (lighting devices); benches; pots
    • Meiji period color woodblock print from the "Parody of 24 Paragons of Filial Piety" series, depicting the dutiful son of Kakkyo drinking from his mother's cup watched by a pet dog. Above them in a cartouche Kakkyo and his wife are unearthing a pot...

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