Birds and Aquatic creatures

Birds were most commonly portrayed in ukiyo-e with flowers in nature. Many of them were designed in the long vertical format with poems. The Carp was also depicted by many ukiyo-e artists as it was a symbol of success and toughness. It was often designed with the little boy which was for a wish of a healthy and successful life of the kid.


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Red Carp

Utagawa Toyokuni

Red Carp

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Hyakumonogatari(One Hundred Tales)

Utagawa Kuniyoshi Goldfish

Hyakumonogatari(One Hundred Tales)

8,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Peach Blossoms and Swallows in Moonlight

Utagawa Hiroshige Masterpieces of Flowers and Birds in Otanzaku Format

Peach Blossoms and Swallows in Moonlight

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Rose and Blue Bird

Utagawa Hiroshige

Rose and Blue Bird

Special Price 13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Owl on Pine in Moonlight

Utagawa Hiroshige

Owl on Pine in Moonlight

Special Price 13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Sweetfish under Bush Clover

Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Sweetfish under Bush Clover

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Yamabuki and Frog

Utagawa Hiroshige Masterpieces of Flowers and Birds in Otanzaku Format

Yamabuki and Frog

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Peony and Peacock

Utagawa Hiroshige Masterpieces of Flowers and Birds in Otanzaku Format

Peony and Peacock

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Flock of Chickens

Katsushika Hokusai

Flock of Chickens

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Jumantsubo Plain at Susaki, Fukagawa

Utagawa Hiroshige One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Jumantsubo Plain at Susaki, Fukagawa

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)

Camellias and Sparrows in Snow

Utagawa Hiroshige Masterpieces of Flowers and Birds in Otanzaku Format

Camellias and Sparrows in Snow

13,000yen~ (Excluding Tax)