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Yamaguchi Tatsunosuke by Yoshitsuya II
Yamaguchi Tatsunosuke by Yoshitsuya II


 
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Yamaguchi Tatsunosuke (1832-1860), one of the last group of Samurai in the early Meiji period who formed the Shinsengumi patrol group still using traditional weapons. The Bakumatsu warrior Yamaguchi Tatsunosuke was gravely injured in a big battle and fell on his sword rather than being captured.

One of his poems:

Let a strong wind
blow away
the thick clouds [of my mind]
to give me a glimpse
of the bright moon.
Age: Circa 1870
Size: 14 1/2 x 10 inches
Media: Woodblock Print
Condition: Very good -- soiling on edges
Price: $425.00 USD
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