woodblock printing in Japanese

Pronunciation
(名) 上梓

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As an implemented example, the scenery of Edo was reproduced, using the woodblock prints of Hirohige and other old geographical information.
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Beethoven is adored in Japan. Peruvians love Japanese woodblock prints. Inca sculptures are regarded as treasures in British museums, while Shakespeare is translated into every major language of the Earth.
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Almost midway through the Edo period, in 1720, a book of woodblock prints was published in Osaka.
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A typical woodblock print scene showing common folk sometime after 1750.
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Estampes Japonaises is a fantastic blog (in french) about Japanese Woodblock Prints.
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I saw an old woodblock print, showing an Edo Daikagura performance with a prop called a hanakago.
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Multicolored woodblock print by Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849).
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My mother gave me a book of ukiyo-e woodblock prints by Ando Hiroshige.
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Namazu-e woodblock print sold after an earthquake rocked Edo (present-day Tokyo) in 1855.
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One store, Oya Shobo, specializes in works from the Edo period (early 1600s to mid-1800s), and has a good selection of colorful ukiyoe woodblock prints.
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