File:Amaterasu cave.JPG

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日本語: 春齋年昌筆「岩戸神樂之起顯」、大判三枚続錦絵
English: An image of the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu emerging from a cave. 19th century. Signed: ’Shunsai Toshimasa’ (春斎年昌), title: ’Iwato kagura no kigen’ (岩戸神楽之起顕) - ’Origin of Music and Dance at the Rock Door’, Woodblock print (nishiki-e); ink and color on paper
日本語: 明治20年出版
Published in 1887
creator QS:P170,Q11513504


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05:03, 11 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 05:03, 11 November 2005451 × 220 (39 KB)Moroboshi (talk | contribs)An image of the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu emerging from a cave. Released as PD on, see [ here]
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