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Tattoo Ideas & Inspiration - Japanese Art | Kuniyoshi: Kosonsho conjures a fierce wind with his magic sword. Part of "The Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, One by One", ca 1830 | #Japanese #Warrior #Snake

Kuniyoshi: Kosonsho conjures a fierce wind with his magic sword. Part of "The Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Popular Suikoden, One by One", ca 1830

Actors Iwai Kumesaburo III as Tamaori-hime, Ichikawa Saruzo I as Mukan Dayu Atsumori, and Ichikawa Ebizo V as Kumagai Jiro Naozane.jpg

Actors Iwai Kumesaburo III as Tamaori-hime, Ichikawa Saruzo I as Mukan Dayu Atsumori, and Ichikawa Ebizo V as Kumagai Jiro Naozane.jpg

Lady Kayo resuming her true form as the nine-tailed fox; King Hansoku runs along a palace balcony, by Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Sangoku yoko zue 三国妖狐図会 (The Magic Fox of Three Countries) - British Museum

Actors in Kanjincho, Ichikawa Kuzo II, Ichikawa Ebizo V and Ichikawa Danjuro VIII by Kuniyoshi.jpg

Actors in Kanjincho, Ichikawa Kuzo II, Ichikawa Ebizo V and Ichikawa Danjuro VIII by Kuniyoshi.jpg

Jiraiya (自来也 or 児雷也?, literally "Young Thunder"), originally known as Ogata Shuma Hiroyuki, is the title character of the Japanese folk tale Jiraiya Gōketsu Monogatari (児雷也豪傑物語, "The Tale of the Gallant Jiraiya"). He is a ninja who uses shapeshifting magic to morph into a gigantic toad. As the heir of a powerful clan in Kyūshū of the same name, Jiraiya fell in love with Tsunade (綱手), a beautiful young maiden who masters slug magic.

Jiraiya (Young Thunder) and companion floating on a supernatural cloud with a giant toad.

Kuniyoshi / Triptychon N,N,'s in "Arigataya O-Edo no Kagekiyo"

Kuniyoshi, 1850 Actors in the play Arigataya O-Edo no Kagekiyo

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