Furuichi Dance at the Hisagataya

mid 1820s
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A surimono is a print in which an image is combined with poetry to celebrate a special event. This print shows the poet Hisagataya dancing with a troupe of geisha at a teahouse in the town of Furuichi near Ise.
Furuichi Dance at the Hisagataya

Furuichi Dance at the Hisagataya

mid 1820s

Gakutei Harunobu

(Japanese, 1786(?)-1868)
Japan, Edo period (1615–1868)

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