Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615
Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615

Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1 / BJ251-615

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Type : woodblock print book
Topic : A writer in Osaka, named Yatei Yamada, produced this book with illustrations by Shungyosai Hayami who was an Ukiyo-e artist and Yomi-hon writer in the late Edo period. Total of 30 books. It summarizes and illustrates the life of a samurai lord, Masashige Kusunoki, and was popular among the people in the Edo period.
Title : Ehon nanko ki Vol.8 episode1
Author : Yamada Yatei
Artist : Hayami Shungyosai
Publisher : Unknown
The estimated Period : late Edo period (1801-1809)
Material : Paper
Book Dimensions : 221mm x 154mm (8.7in x 6.1in)
Weight : total 67gram (2.4oz)
Page : about 50pages in total (Illustrations + text)
Condition : Antique item; (damaged by tear, spot, dirt, scribbles, worm-eaten holes, etc...) Please view pictures as they are a part of the description.

The work is not a modern reproduction, but an actual one which had been printed in 1801-1809(estimated).