He loved painting from his childhood. He studied ukiyoe at Kuniyoshi's school and Kano school at the Kano school. In 1867, he changed his name to Kyosai and began to paint nishiki-e (nishiki-e). He continued to paint paintings, ceiling paintings, Noh kyogen paintings, brocade paintings, printed books, and illustrations throughout his life. He was active throughout his life in a variety of media, including paintings, ceiling paintings, Noh kyogen-e (Noh farce), kinzoki-e (brocade pictures), printed books and illustrations.
He was active in a wide range of fields, including woodblock prints, woodblock prints, and illustrations. He was also a prolific painter. His unique style, overflowing with wit and humor, was a source of inspiration for many people. These works were reproduced in the woodblock print "Kyosai Raku-ga" to commemorate the 120th anniversary of Kyosai's death.
The woodblock reproductions were made using the original woodblocks from the first printing in 1881, and were hand-slid by a master woodblock printer living in Kyoto. The woodblock reproductions were made using the original woodblocks from the first printing in 1881, and were hand-slided by a famous Kyoto-based woodblock-slitter.
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