Battle at Amagasaki


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Pocket hanky for your EDC.

Reproduction of ukiyo-e style woodblock print “Battle at Amagasaki” by Utagawa Sadahide (1807-1873) from Edo period.

Fantastic depiction from the historical epic “The Taiheiki” of the heroic Kato Masakiyo dispatching one of a group of assassins lying in wait to cut down his master, Toyotomi Hideyoshi. Having forced his enemy to the ground, he kneels atop him, one arm across his neck as he stretches out a length of cord to bind him. The attacker grimace angrily, biting his lower lip, his eyes bulging. In the distance at right, fighting continues during the Battle of Amagasaki.

Two layers of cotton.
Dimensions approx.: 14 x 28 cm.

Handmade in Poland.


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