September 5, 2011

Utagawa Kunisada “View of the Sunrise atFutami-ga-ura Bay”
Keisai Eisen “Collection of Celebrated Places of the Eastern Capital: Ginger Market at the Festival of Shiba-Shinmei Shrine”
Utagawa Hiroshige “Visiting a Ceremonial Exhibition of the Buddhist Image at Enoshima Benzaiten”

This was dope. Showing at Ukiyo-E Memorial Museum of Art. These prints are from Japan’s Edo Period. Looking at something over 400 years will put anything perspective. This was when shoguns were gangsters chopping heads off and yoking geishas.  

Note: Bring socks or slippers unless you want to wear funky communal ones. 

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