Four colorful temporary tattoos, adapted from works by renowned artists, offer striking tributes to Japan's ancient warrior class. Images include Kunisada's depictions of a pair of Kabuki actors, Bando Kamezo and Ichikawa Kodanji IV; and details from Shuntei's The Warrior Egara no Heita Battling w... read more
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Four colorful temporary tattoos, adapted from works by renowned artists, offer striking tributes to Japan's ancient warrior class. Images include Kunisada's depictions of a pair of Kabuki actors, Bando Kamezo and Ichikawa Kodanji IV; and details from Shuntei's The Warrior Egara no Heita Battling with a Giant Serpent and Kuniyoshi's Tamaya Shimbei and Ugai Kujuro.
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