Two Oharame on the Bank of a Stream, 1810s

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Oharame were girls who brought in bundles of twigs to make charcoal. They were from Ohara, a village near Kyoto. The poem above reads:

The white complexions of the oharame are more noticeable than the black brushwood they are balancing on their heads.

Two Oharame on the Bank of a Stream
Artist Life
died 1830
Accession Number
Takeda Masaru; Richard P. Gale (until 1974)
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