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    Very cool! Thanks for sharing.

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    I would like to get a print of anyone these .Sometimes museum do exhibit's on wood block prints and sell things in there store but finding some with knives would be a task .
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    Museum exhibitions of wood block prints and a schedule of when they will be near you.
    http://www.japaneseartsoc.org/calendar/museums
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    Very nice post. I love Japanese wood block prints.

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    Just to add.
    Totoya Hokkei (Japanese, 1780-1850). Still Life with Fish, Scallions and Large Knife, ca. 1830
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    and Kawabata Gyokusho (Japanese, 1842-1913). Two Fish and a Wasabi Plant,
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    Edo period no tittle from a book of drawings of workers.
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    Needle-Holder with Spools and a Knife for Cutting Cloth
    Shuchodo Monoyana (Japanese, 1761–ca. 1830)

    Culture:
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    Medium:
    Polychrome woodblock print (surimono); ink and color on paper

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