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Watanabe no Tsuna (953-1025) He is one person among four generals of subordinate of Minamoto no Yorimitsu. The scene to which he cut down the arm of the ghost woman in "Rajomon" gate is drawn in this picture.

Watanabe no Tsuna He is one person among four generals of subordinate of Minamoto no Yorimitsu. The scene to which he cut down the arm of the ghost woman in "Rajomon" gate is drawn in this picture.

Minamoto no Yorimitsu (948-1021) He is general of mid term of Heian era. The scene to which he fights with the monster "Shuten Doji" is drawn in this picture.

Minamoto no Yorimitsu He is general of mid term of Heian era. The scene to which he fights with the monster "Shuten Doji" is drawn in this picture.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川国芳) - 'Minamoto no Yorimitsu no Shitenno tsuchi-gumo taiji no zu' Woodblock triptych print, oban tate-e. Minamoto Yorimitsu Shitenno, Raiko's retainer, about to kill the earth spider in its web. (Left)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川国芳) - 'Minamoto no Yorimitsu no Shitenno tsuchi-gumo taiji no zu' Woodblock triptych print, oban tate-e. Minamoto Yorimitsu Shitenno, Raiko's retainer, about to kill the earth spider in its web.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川国芳) - 'Minamoto no Yorimitsu no Shitenno tsuchi-gumo taiji no zu' Woodblock triptych print, oban tate-e. Minamoto Yorimitsu Shitenno, Raiko's retainer, about to kill the earth spider in its web. (Right)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi (歌川国芳) - 'Minamoto no Yorimitsu no Shitenno tsuchi-gumo taiji no zu' Woodblock triptych print, oban tate-e. Minamoto Yorimitsu Shitenno, Raiko's retainer, about to kill the earth spider in its web.

The Hell Courtesan Goes Under the Hammer - Floating Along in the World of Japanese Prints

A hanging scroll by the well-known artist Kawanabe Kyōsai The painting depicts the Hell Courtesan (Jigoku dayū), a Takasu prostitute who is said to have attained enlightenment with the help of the Rinzai Zen priest and poet Ikkyū

Memorial print (shini-e) for the kabuki actor Bando Shuka I (1813-1855; posthumously known as Bando Mitsugoro V), showing him bowing as he is greeted by King Enma, who presides over the afterlife. The inscription in the top right gives his posthumous Buddhist name, and age at death.

Memorial print (shini-e) for the kabuki actor Bando Shuka I posthumously known as Bando Mitsugoro V), showing him bowing as he is greeted by King Enma, who presides over the afterlife.