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    • Yoshida Mansion

    • women; men (male humans); kimonos; folding screens; flowers (plants); swords
    • Princess Sen (1597-1666) was the oldest daughter of Tokugawa Hidetada and married at age 7 to Toyotomi Hideyori who died in 1615 at the Battle of Osaka Castle. She was then married to Honda Tadatoki, a Tokugawa ally, but when Tadatoki died in 1626,...
    • Wife of Kajiwara Kagesue

    • women; kimonos; children (people by age group); porches; men (male humans); Single Built Works; blinds (coverings); swords
    • Two married women and a young girl are shown leaving a gated compound, and the text panel indicates that one is the wife of the warrior Kajiwara Kagesue (1162-1200) who has taken a branch of cherry blossoms. At right is a young messenger boy...
    • Wedding bride

    • women; kimonos; weddings dresses; hairstyles; hair ornaments; lanterns (lighting devices); screens (furniture); tables (support furniture); figurines; trees
    • A bride is being escorted to her wedding accompanied by several married women. They are passing a table with an arrangement of auspicious figurines and floral elements. Two figurines are Jo and Uba, an elderly couple who symbolize longevity and...
    • The Fox-Woman Kuzunoha leaving her child

    • legends (folk tales); women; kimonos; lanterns; children (people by age group); fusuma; interior spaces; foxes (animals)
    • An image of a woman, with a fox's head (seen through a screen) walking through a door, leaving her child behind in the house. Foxes, or kitsune, are mysterious, magical creatures with powers many times greater than those of badgers. Sometimes...
    • Princess Sarashina

    • women; men (male humans); swords; trees; kimonos; warriors
    • Sarashina-hime was the courageous daughter of a retainer to Murakami Yoshikiyo (1501-1573) and was married to the samurai Aiki Morinosuke. Another family member with evil intentions tried to attack Princess Sarashina when she was doing religious...
    • No. 40, The moon of the Milky Way

    • legends (folk tales); robes (main garments); men (male humans); women; cattle
    • In China and Japan, the constellations Vega and Altair are called the Weaver Maiden and the Herdsman. Legend says that after Shokiyo, the Weaver Maiden, fell in love with and married Kengi, the Herdsman, she became distracted and failed in her duty...
    • Heron maiden

    • legends (folk tales); women; umbrellas; Ciconiiformes (order); dresses (garments); hats
    • A woman with a large yellow and black umbrella (open) is accompanied by three white herons. The relationship of the animal kingdom to the world of human beings is close in rural societies. People feel a kinship with the wild creatures around them. ...
    • Kesa gozen

    • depictions; women; lanterns; kimonos
    • Back to back print. Kesa Gozen was a beautiful and virtuous married woman whose cousin, Endo Morito, fell in love with her. She rejected his persistent advances, but eventually fearing for her husband's safety in the face of Endo's obsession, she...
    • Sanada Nobuyuki's wife, Lady Osumi

    • warriors; women; men (male humans); boats; halberds; kimonos; banners
    • Osumi no kata was the daughter of the warrior Honda Tadakatsu (1548-1618), a close Tokugawa ally. She was married to Sanada Nobuyuki (1566-1658), who as a boy had been sent by his father to be a Tokugawa hostage. In 1600 Nobuyuki's father and...
    • Keio, 1865-1867

    • women; kimonos; hairstyles; hair ornaments; palanquins
    • An older woman with shaved eyebrows, indicating her married status, is nicely but conservatively dressed. Her plaid inner robe is typical of late Edo Period fashions in the city of Edo, often influenced by kabuki stage costume textiles. She might...

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