Print Name

Ii no Hayata Slaying a Monster at the Imperial Palace by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi - 1890

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Ii no Hayata slaying a monster at the Imperial Palace, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1890.

Ii no Hataya fighting the monster he shot earlier with an arrow from a black cloud. The monster, a nue, has a monkey head, the back of a badger, the claws of a tiger and a snake's tail. - Rijksmusuem

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