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Also bakemono-e G and yuurei-e HG, *ukiyo-e G prints that depict monsters, ghosts and goblins. Ghosts which originate in *kabuki ̕ plays overlap into the category of actor prints (*yakusha-e ҊG). One of the oldest extant examples of youkai-e in Japan is the 16c "Night Parade of One Hundred Demons" Hyakki yakou SSs handscroll (Daitokuji 哿 Shinjuan ^, Kyoto). Ghosts are also depicted in illustrated books *sashi-e }G. Single-sheet ghost prints were designed by Suzuki Harunobu ؏tM (1724-70), Kitagawa Utamaro 쑽̖(1754-1806), Hokusai katsushika k (1761-1849), Utagawa Kuniyoshi ̐썑F (1797-1861), Keisai Eisen ։p (1790-1848) and Tsukioka Yoshitoshi FN (1839-92), and ghosts were depicted in actor prints by Utagawa Toyokuni ̐L (1769-1825), Kunisada (1786-1864) and Toyohara Kunichika L(1835-1900).
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