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  •  Japan: Meiji Period woodblock print of the sorceress Takiyasha-hime
    1990年12月31日
    Japan: Meiji Period woodblock print of the sorceress Takiyasha-hime

    Takiyasha-hime, whose name translates as ‘waterfall demon princess‘ was the daughter of Taira-no-Masakado, a samurai who had risen up in a rebellion against the emperor and tried to set up his own court before being killed in 939 CE. Takiyasha survived the purge that followed, along with her brother Satsuki-hime, and the two of them began plotting their revenge, learning frog magic on Mount Tsukuba. They returned to the ruined family fortress of Soma Castle in Shimosa province, and began rebuilding their forces, bolstered by Takiyasha‘s raised army of yokai (demons/spirits). However, they were eventually defeated by the efforts of the warrior Oya-no-Taro Mitsukuni. Mitsukini battled through Takiyasha‘s forces and eventually cut her down, ending her short rebellion before it could truly begin. Takiyasha‘s story became popular during the Edo Period, and has been depicted in various novels, woodblock prints and kabuki dramas.、クレジット:ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はできません。

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