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Phrasebase Japanese Dolls An Ichimatsu-ish doll from my small collection. This doll is wearing a burnt orange furisode decorated with a hemp leaf pattern as well as fall and winter motifs (maple leaves, chrysanthemums, and plum blossoms), a mauve and gold obi, and a pale pink obiage. According to the seller, she was made by a dollmaking student. kokeshishop: Kokeshi HatakenokoDisponibili su This group of produce-themed creative kokeshi is called “Hatakenoko,” meaning “Children of the Field.” A Yajiro kokeshi. Yajiro kokeshi have several features that make them quite distinct from other traditional kokeshi. (Source: http)

Polyglot - Find a friend to exchange languages Utagawa Yoshifuji: Worked a Lot Ukiyo-e For Kids Kiritz JapanKiritz Japan Utagawa Yoshifuji (歌川 芳藤, 1828 – 1887) was a Japanese ukiyo-e printmaker and student of Utagawa Kuniyoshi. Yoshifuji drew Yokohama-e (Yokohama pictures), bijin-ga, musya-e and hashika-e (measles) from Kaei (1848 – 1854) to Bunkyu (1861 -1864). Yoshifuji applied Ukiyo-e on Omocha-e*, which is now called paper appendices, and, due to the popularity of the idea, played an active role as an painter specializing in Omocha-e. It is best known as “Yoshifuji of Omocha-e”. *Omocha-e: Toy masks of Oni, picture books, and picture story cards are on display. The Best Work Forming a Big Cat by Gathering Small Ones (Koneko wo atsume Ôneko to suru, 小猫をあつめ大猫とする) 19 cats join to form the big ones. Edo period, about 1847-1848 Prody of Fifty-three Stations of Tōkaidō -Cat Monster (Gojûsan tsugi no uchi -Neko no kai, 五拾三次之内 猫之怪) Cat monster, appeared in Kabuki play “The Solitary Traveler in Fifty-three Stations of Tōkaidō (Hitori-tabi gojûsan tsugi)”. Edo period, about 1847 The top frame depicts Enma. Master

Apprendre l'allemand - Cours d'allemand ezooshi illustrated books [ . BACK to DARUMA MUSEUM TOP . ] ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ezooshi 絵草子 illustrated book or magazine ezoushi, ezōshi It is more than a "picture book" for children. 本屋は、浮世絵や戯作を出版する「絵草子屋」 ezooshiya store and 漢文、学問、和歌の本などを出す「物の本屋」mono no honya for Chinese literature, science and waka poetry. source : - quote Ezoushi - Also written 絵双紙. In a broader sense, various kinds of illustrated books such as *akahon 赤本, *aohon 青本, *kurohon 黒本, *kibyoushi 黄表紙, *goukan 合巻 and *eiri joururibon 絵入浄瑠璃本 are included in the category of ezoushi. These books were published in great numbers during the Edo period, and the publishers, who were often also booksellers, were known as ezoushiya 絵草子屋 or jihon tonya 地本問屋 (wholesalers of jihon). Very extensive reference . otogizooshi 御伽草子 popular tales . - quoteukiyo zoushi 浮世草子 Lit. . . . . . [ .

Wikiversité - Communauté d'apprentissage libre Japan Vintage Kokeshi Blog Description Very small (please see size information below) lovely Japanese wooden kokeshi doll. This pretty doll is less than 40 years old and is in fair condition with marks and scratches from handling and discoloration and stains from age and display. This is a “naruko” style kokeshi with a special neck joint which allows the doll to squeak when the head is turned. This clever design was developed long ago by craftsmen seeking a way to cause the dolls cry like a baby. Size: Height: 1.4 inches (3.5 centimeters) Weight: 0.2 ounces (5 grams) Important note:Images of the kokeshi we list are often uploaded to our Japan Vintage Kokeshi Blog which is an on-line gallery of unique and interesting kokeshi dolls. Click here to see more kokeshi! More about Kokeshi Kokeshi wooden dolls are one of the most unique and interesting of Japan’s many traditional folk crafts. item code: R4S4-0004401 ship code: L1650 Like this: Like Loading... - Cours d'anglais, exercices, tests, ressources, grammaire