100 Aspects of the Moon #7, by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: “Mount Inaba Moon.” The young Toyotomi Hideyoshi (then named Kinoshita Tōkichirō) leads a small group assaulting the castle onMount Inaba; 1885, 12th month

100 Aspects of the Moon #7, by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi: “Mount Inaba Moon.” The young Toyotomi Hideyoshi (then named Kinoshita Tōkichirō) leads a small group assaulting the castle onMount Inaba; 1885, 12th month


Posted on July 23rd at 11:08 AM
Tagged as: sengoku period. sengoku. japanese history. japanese art. tsukioka yoshitoshi. mount inaba moon. toyotomi. toyotomi hideyoshi. moon. climbing. mount inaba. inaba. 19th century. legend. japanese painting. daimyo.
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