Utagawa Kuniyoshi - Ryuko tako no asobi  (Fashionable Octopus Games) Date:1840-1842 Source: British Museum - ukiyoe

Utagawa Kuniyoshi - Ryuko tako no asobi (Fashionable Octopus Games) Date:1840-1842 Source: British Museum - ukiyoe

Lady with a cat. Japanese woodblock print, Ukiyo-e.

Lady with a cat. Japanese woodblock print, Ukiyo-e.

Murder of Ohagi by Saisaburo from "Twenty-eight famous murders with verse" series, 1867 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi || Muzan-e, also known as the 'Bloody Prints', is a collection of ukiyo-e by Yoshitoshi from the 1860s, which depicted several gruesome acts of murder or torture based on historical events or scenes in Kabuki plays.

Murder of Ohagi by Saisaburo from "Twenty-eight famous murders with verse" series, 1867 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi || Muzan-e, also known as the 'Bloody Prints', is a collection of ukiyo-e by Yoshitoshi from the 1860s, which depicted several gruesome acts of murder or torture based on historical events or scenes in Kabuki plays.

金魚づくし ぼんぼん by 歌川国芳

金魚づくし ぼんぼん by 歌川国芳

Chris Gall

Chris Gall

Rabbits as Okaru and Kanpei, by Utagawa Yoshifuji, 1873

Rabbits as Okaru and Kanpei, by Utagawa Yoshifuji, 1873

color/style/composition

color/style/composition

Cats-playing-Popular-Kabuki-Play-620x907.jpeg (620×907)

Cats-playing-Popular-Kabuki-Play-620x907.jpeg (620×907)

Elenore Abbott - Pesquisa Google

Elenore Abbott - Pesquisa Google

APPEARANCE OF CAT AFTER 100’s GHOST STORY  KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA  1798-1861  Last of Edo Period

APPEARANCE OF CAT AFTER 100’s GHOST STORY KUNIYOSHI UTAGAWA 1798-1861 Last of Edo Period

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