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Konkoryu Rishun throws his enemy over his shoulders into a boat as he treads water. A well-known design from the infamous "One Hundred and Eight Heroes of the Suikoden, betsu betsu (one by one)." Konkoryu Rishun was a popular hero portrayed often during the Edo period, covered from the neck with in traditional Japanese ink. Titled in Japanese, "Tsuzoku Suikoden Goketsu Hyakuhachi-nin no Hitori".

Signed: Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi

Date: 1927

Publisher: Kaga-ya Kichiyemon


14 1/2'' x 9 3/4''


Fine impression and color, slightly trimmed as usual. 


Kuniyoshi - Konkoryu Rishu, Suikoden


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