This Scene from Chapter 36 of The Tale of Genji Shows To No Chujo Conferring with an ascetic summoned to heal his ailing son, Kashiwagi, lying in the adjacent room.
Unbeknownst to them, Kashiwagi's illness derives from remorse over his illicit affair with Genji's wife, the Third Princess. this delicate image bears hallmarks of works by Tosa Mitsuyoshi.
From the Muromachi period, Japan (1392-1573) early Edo Period
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.: 100% Polyester
.: Elastic earloops
.: Two layers of cloth
.: One size
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