Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Sakata Kaidomaru

The Ukiyo-e is printed on Echizen kizuki hosho washi (a unique kind of Japanese paper) handmade by Ichibei Iwano, a living national treasure. This makes the vivid colors and the soft, warm textures of woodcut prints come to life.

Kaidomaru was a common Edo-period name for Kintaro, the boy who later became Sakata Kintoki. There are a number of ukiyo-e depictions of Kaidomaru from Kuniyoshi's time and previously; this work is celebrated as particularly strong, energetic depiction of the boy.

Price 13,000yen(Excluding Tax)

Print Size (cm)38.5 × 26.3 cm
PaperEchizen Kizuki Hosho Washimade by Living National Treasure, Ichibei Iwano
ExplanationJapanese and English
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