Free creative resources of Choju Giga: Um, where did you put it, Na Usagi?
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|Original artist||Toba sojo|
|Keyword||worry/consider anthropomorphise back style zodiac rabbit Choju caricature, rabbit, rabbit, lost item|
|Item type||laid back black and white|
Tips of Japan
Choju Giga (Choju jinbutsu giga) are very famous picture scrolls painted by Buddhist monks in the 12th century and designated as Japanese national treasures. They are popular for their anthropomorphic figures of rabbits and frogs, and are known as the ancestors of manga.
About of this item
From the ancestor of manga “Choju Jinbutsu Giga Volume 1". Actually, it may be slightly different because the material is created from the manuscript.