Shunga After The Meiji Restoration
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- The Celtic Vedic Connection, Part I
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- There is a lot going on behind the closed doors of shunga
- Not all shunga, however, are so sophisticated. The Eisei Bunko exhibition features later mass-market mame-ban, (“bean-sized” prints) destined for Japanese soldiers of the Meiji Era (1868-1912) despite increasing censorship at the time.
- POINT OF VIEW/ Morihiro Hosokawa: Approach to erotic art illustrates Japanese
- Starting in the Meiji Era (1868-1912), it came to be stigmatized under Christianity-derived asceticism as something to be shunned and swept under the rug. However, shunga has gained so much international acclaim that it was collected by Auguste Rodin ...
- Buddhist Priest Invites Same-Sex Couples To Marry At His Temple
- After graduating from the Hanazono School (which is affiliated with Rinzai Buddhism's Myoshinji temple), he studied English at Rice University in Texas, and then enrolled at Arizona State University.
- Edo Period erotic art draws huge, excited crowds in Tokyo
- That patron was just one of hordes of visitors packing into a Tokyo museum to see the nation's first large-scale exhibition of "shunga," erotic traditional Japanese prints and paintings mainly from the Edo Period (1603-1867).
- Shunga exhibition defies 'pornography' taboos to expose Japan to its erotic past
- “There has been a taboo on shunga since the Meiji era [1868-1912],” says Akiko Yano, an art historian at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University. “Museums think it is shameful to have these paintings in their collections.
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