Your favorite photo or funniest saying is a great way to start the day. Use our white mug to showcase your creativity. It has a large handle that’s easy to hold and comes in 11oz and 15oz sizes. Dishwasher and microwave safe. Makes a great gift!
Act5 Kanadehon Chushingura by Katsushika,Hokusai Mugs
Act five of the Kanadehon Chushingura By Katsushika, Hokusai. Godanme Print shows Yoichibei, an old man, returning home after selling his daughter, Okaru, to a brothel to raise money so that his son-in-law, Kampei, can redeem himself. Yochibei is being robbed and murdered by Sadakuro. Kampei, out hunting, is seen in the background asking a traveler for a fire to light the wick of his musket. Scene from act five of the play Chūshingura or revenge of the 47 Ronin.
Japanese painter and wood engraver, born in Edo (now Tokyo). He is considered one of the outstanding figures of the Ukiyoe, or "pictures of the floating world" (everyday life), school of printmaking. Hokusai is generally more appreciated in the West than in Japan. His prints, as well as those by other Japanese printmakers, were imported to Paris in the mid 19th century