Goldfish

Goldfish is a series of woodcut prints by the ukiyo-e artist Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) of the Edo period (1600-1868). It depicts goldfish, turtles, frogs, and other water creatures, all humorously endowed with human characteristics.

The laughing, running, singing and dancing goldfish are irresistibly cute in any age or culture, but in the latter half of the Edo period goldfish had become particularly popular as pets among the common people.

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Goldfish (Kingyo Zukushi) 9-piece set

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish (Kingyo Zukushi)

Goldfish (Kingyo Zukushi) 9-piece set

65,000yen (Excluding Tax)

Saraitonbi(The Thieving Hawk)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Saraitonbi(The Thieving Hawk)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Sosanoo no Mikoto

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Sosanoo no Mikoto

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Ikadanori(The Raftsmen)

Utagawa KUniyoshi Goldfish

Ikadanori(The Raftsmen)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Matoi(The Banner)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Matoi(The Banner)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Niwaka Amenbo (Sudden Shower)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Niwaka Amenbo (Sudden Shower)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Tamaya, Tamaya (Bubble Vendor)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Tamaya, Tamaya (Bubble Vendor)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Hyakumonogatari(The Hundred Tales)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Hyakumonogatari(The Hundred Tales)

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Sake No Zashiki

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Sake No Zashiki

8000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Bonbon

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Bonbon

8,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)