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namazu-e

namazu-e A namazu-e is a type of woodblock print that were made in great numbers immediately after the huge earthquake that struck Edo (Tokyo) in 1855. The namazu (catfish) was believed to cause earthquakes, and namazu-e showed human-like catfish being punished.   




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