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One Hundred Aspects of the Moon - Princess Kaguya by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1888.

One Hundred Aspects of the Moon - Princess Kaguya by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, 1888.

'Urashima' Illustration by Warwick Goble for ‘Green Willow and Other Japanese Stories’ by Grace James. Published 1910 by MacMillan & Co. Ltd.

'Urashima' Illustration by Warwick Goble for ‘Green Willow and Other Japanese Stories’ by Grace James. Published 1910 by MacMillan & Co. Ltd.

The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter also known as Princess Kaguya that is considered the oldest extant Japanese narrative

The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter also known as Princess Kaguya that is considered the oldest extant Japanese narrative

The White Crane (Japanese) --  Andersen’s Fairy Tales on Stamps  --  Hungary—11 December 1987

The White Crane (Japanese) -- Andersen’s Fairy Tales on Stamps -- Hungary—11 December 1987

Hara: The Old Bamboo Cutter Finds the Shining Princess (Hara, Taketori no okina Kaguya-hime o eru)

Hara: The Old Bamboo Cutter Finds the Shining Princess (Hara, Taketori no okina Kaguya-hime o eru)

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