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Ukiyo-e

Ukiyo-e (Japanese 浮世絵, roughly "pictures of the flowing world") is a collective term for a particular genre of Japanese painting and Japanese prints (illustrated books and colour woodblock prints) that reflects the attitude to life and the world view of the emerging bourgeoisie and the broad majority of the population in the large cities of Japan, especially in Edo (Tokyo), during the so-called Edo period.


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