Tale of Genji, Warbler’s First Song (Hatsune), Tosa Mitsunobu painter, Son’o Jugo calligrapher

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Tale of Genji, Warbler's First Song (Hatsune), Tosa Mitsunobu painter,Son'o Jugo calligrapher, Japan, Muromachi period,
c. 1509 AD, paper - Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University


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みなさま、おはようございます。
Minasama Ohayo Gozaimasu。
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