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  • FROG (1814): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Image from a woodblock print by Matsumoto Hoji from the "Album of Pictures by Celebrated Artists". The Japanese word for frog is "...

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  • MOUNT FUJI IN SPRINGTIME: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: While scholars debate the origin of the sacred mountain’s name “fuji”, one of the most commonly accepted is that the name sounds s...

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  • KINGFISHER AND LOTUS: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The lotus flower is revered for its ability to rise from the murky waters to bloom into a magnificent flower. This process symboli...

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  • ASAKUSA RICE FIELDS CAT: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Hiroshige is considered to be one of the greatest 19th century Japanese print artists. In 1856, Hiroshige “retired from the world”...

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  • CAT NO.2: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The way cats wash their faces licking their paws and wiping their face - it is as if they are inviting good luck beckoning with th...

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  • DANCING FOX: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Japanese word for fox is "kitsune" - a regular subject of Japanese folklore portrayed with intelligence and paranormal abiliti...

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  • MOUNT FUJI SPRINGTIME: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: One of the most commonly accepted origin of the name “fuji” is that the name sounds similar to “everlasting life.” In the foregro...

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  • SUDDEN SHOWER: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Vincent Van Gogh created an oil painting replica of this exact image to embrace and study the style within his own art medium. The...

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  • BEAUTY AND MIRROR: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The artist Hakuho Hirano portrayed Japanese women as they dress or arrange their hair, often depicted from the side or back. This ...

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  • GREAT WAVE: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Great Wave off Kanagawa (1830-1833) has become the most reproduced work in Asian art. Although simple in its design, the work ...

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  • NARUTO WHIRLPOOLS: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Hiroshige is one of 19th century Japanese print masters. This image is from the series “Famous Views of the Sixty Odd Provinces”, ...

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  • MOON AT NINOMIYA BEACH: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Both in the Japanese and Chinese culture, The evergreen pine is regarded as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness....

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  • PARTY FROG: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: A contemporary party adaptation of a woodblock print from 1814 by Matsumoto Hoji. The Japanese word for frog is “kaeru”, which can...

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  • MAPLE LEAVES AT MAMA: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Japanese maple trees have been considered a symbol of grace. Associated with peace and serenity of the world’s elements, Japanese ...

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  • SEA IN SURUGA: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: While scholars debate the origin of “fuji”, the sacred mountain’s name, one of the most commonly used means “everlasting life.” Th...

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  • REDSTARTS AND CHERRY: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The blooming of cherry blossoms, is a symbol of purity. Their spectacular bloom is enjoyed by many, but for a short period of time...

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  • MONKEY AND MOON: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Japanese word for monkey, “saru’” is a homonym for the Japanese word “expel” (also pronounced saru), meaning “dispel” or “push...

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  • TIGER: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Symbolising invincibility, power and might, the tiger is a highly potent figure used across many cultures in Asia, taking the king...

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  • RED PLUM BLOSSOM TREE: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The plum blossom expresses enduring happiness. Used as a congratulatory symbol of good luck, it represents strength, resilience, b...

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  • LINGERING SNOW: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: One of the most commonly accepted origin of the name “fuji” is that the name sounds similar to “everlasting life.” Evergreen pine ...

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  • SUMIDA RIVER: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The blooming of cherry blossoms, is a symbol of purity. Their spectacular bloom is enjoyed by many, but for a short period of time...

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  • PINE AT AKASHI: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Both the Japanese and Chinese regard the evergreen pine as a symbol of longevity, good fortune and steadfastness. The subtle use o...

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  • CANAL BY MOONLIGHT: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: Koho’s works are fine representations of the remarkable fusion of western influenced style worked into the traditional medium of J...

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  • PLUM ESTATE: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The plum blossom has traditionally been used as a symbol of congratulatory occasions. Blossoming in the bare landscape when the sn...

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  • SWALLOWS IN THE RAIN: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The swallow for many, symbolises triumph and success, and for others representing love and loyalty. Design by the Japanese artist ...

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  • RED COLLAR: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The artist, Shuho (1898-1944), is well recognised within the genre of beauty portraits. Demurely passive, their eyes often turned ...

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  • OWL: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: The Japanese name for owl, Fukuro, usually is written with one single character, but can also be written with the combination of t...

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  • ROYAL FROG: 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: A contemporary royal adaptation of a woodblock print from 1814 by Matsumoto Hoji. The Japanese word for frog is “kaeru”, which can...

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  • CATS (C. 1890): 2xPrints

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    Text on the tag: During the sixth century, Buddhist monks travelled from China to Japan accompanied by domesticated cats to guard over their posses...

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