Raijin,the God of Thunder by Kobayashi,Kiyochika Trucker Hat
Raijin, the God of Thunder, frightens the Russians out of Tokuriji (near Nanshan) By Kobayashi, Kiyochika. Raijin, the God of Thunder, frightens the Russians out of Tokuriji (near Nanshan) Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905,Military retreats,Russian.; Soldiers,Russian,Manchuria,1900-1910.; City walls,Manchuria,1900-1910.; Gods,Japanese,1900-1910.
Kiyochika was born into a family of lower military rank serving the ruling Shogunate of the Tokugawa family. Later from about 1875 on, he tried his luck as a self-taught painter.After 1880 Kiyochika's style became more traditional. He also turned to satirical cartoons and illustrations for newspapers and magazines. During the Sino-Japanese war the artist made about 80 war prints.