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Lower-ranking groups of official painters employed by the shogunate during the Edo period. The disciples and branch families of the higher-ranking *oku-eshi ‰œŠGŽt. Omote-eshi independent branches, each granted an annual stipend capable of supporting twenty individuals. The fifteen omote-eshi branches include: the Surugadai Kanou x‰Í‘äŽë–ì, the Yamashita Kanou ŽR‰ºŽë–ì, the Fukagawa Mizuba Kanou [ì…êŽë–ì, the Okachimachi Kanou Œä“kŽm’¬Žë–ì, the Azabu Ipponmatsu Kanou –ƒ•zˆê–{¼Žë–ì, the Kanda Matsunagachou Kanou _“c¼‰i’¬Žë–ì, the Shiba Atagoshita Kanou ŽÅˆ¤“†‰ºŽë–ì, the Negishi Ogyounomatsu Kanou ªŠÝŒäs‚̏¼Žë–ì, the Tsukiji Odawarachou Kanou ’z’n¬“cŒ´’¬Žë–ì, the Kanasugi Katamachi Kanou ‹à™•Ð’¬Žë–ì, the Saruyachou Daichi Kanou ‰Ž‰®’¬‘ã’nŽë–ì, the Saruyachou Daichi Bunke Kanou ‰Ž‰®’¬‘ã’n•ª‰ÆŽë–ì, the Honjo Midorichou Kanou –{Š—Î’¬Žë–ì, the Inarichou Kanou ˆî‰×’¬Žë–ì and the Katsuta Kanou Ÿ“cŽë–ì.
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