Kasanes Graphica “Yoshitoshi Brave Samurais, Hachiman Taro Yoshiie” Yoshitoshi Tsukioka 1886
“Yoshitoshi Brave Samurais, Hachiman Taro Yoshiie”
Yoshitoshi Tsukioka 1886
||Physical print created with the Kasane Graphica Tehnique
||H 339 x W 237 mm
||This is the descendant of the fourth generation from Tsunemoto Minamoto, Yoshiie Minamoto.
The prosperity of Genji cannot be said without the presence of this Yoshiie Minamoto.
Yoshie was the eldest son of Yoriyoshi Minamoto and was called Hachiman Taro.
He is brave and strong in fighting, open-minded and full of leadership, and his subordinates and colleagues have very high hopes with him. He was also called the incarnation of Hachiman Daibosatsu God.
He helped his father Yoriyoshi and settled Tohoku. At that time, he respected the samurais of the Kanto region, and most of the samurais in the Kanto benefited from Yoshiie, and Genji's domination spread widely in the Kanto.
It is said that many samurais in the Kanto followed Yoritomo when Yoritomo Minamoto stands up in Izu, because the samurais had not forgotten the benefits since Yoshiie.
In this picture, a monk put the Go board as an obstacle to try to defeat Yoshiie, but Yoshiie cut the Go board with his sword and kicked out the monk.
Yoshitoshi Tsukioka drew Yoshiie, who was the most talented and most respected in Genji.
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