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Zashiki Hakkei@À•~”ªŒi
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Lit. Eight parlor views; a parody of eight views *hakkei ”ªŒi, in which domestic objects cleverly replace natural scenery. Originally poems created by a 13-year-old boy. The theme was illustrated by Suzuki Harunnobu —é–؏tM (1724-70) and other artists. Zashiki Hakkei are: Daisu no yau ‘äŽq‚Ì–é‰J (Night Rain on the Daisu), Kyoudai no shuugetsu ‹¾‘ä‚̏HŒŽ (Autumn Moon of the Mirror Stand), Kotoji no rakugan ‹Õ˜H‚Ì—ŽŠå (Descending Geese of the Bridges), Andon no sekishou s“•‚Ì—[Æ (Evening Glow of the Lamp), Ougi no seiran î‚̐´—’ (Clearing Mist of the Fan), Tenuguikake no kihan Žè@Š|‚Ì‹A”¿ (Returning Sails of the Towel Rack), Tokei no banshou ŽžŒv‚̔ӏà (Evening Bell of the Clock), and Nurioke no bosetsu “h‰±‚Ì•éá (Evening Snow on the Heater).
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