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Fūzoku 32-sō [picture] . Urusasō
風俗三十二相 [picture]. うるささう
Bib ID 5752842
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Taiso, Yoshitoshi, 1839-1892 , artist
大蘇芳年 , 1839-1892, artist
 
Online Versions
Description Tōkyō : Tsunashima Kamekichi ; Meiji 21 [1888] 
東京 : 綱島亀吉; 明治 21 [1888] 
1 print on hōsho paper : woodblock, col. 38 x 27 cm. 
Summary

The Japanese woodblock print shows a young woman cuddling a cat.

Notes

Other text on the print: ''Urusasō Kansei nenkan otome no fūzoku'.

Title from item.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-151502239

Other text on the print: '寛政年間 処女之風俗'.

Form/genre Woodblock prints.
Also Titled

English title provided by scholar. Looking Tiresome

Exhibited Exhibited: "Melodrama in Meiji Japan". May 23 - August 27 2017 at the National Library of Australia. 

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