Page 11, Ogres of Oyeyama

Title

Page 11, Ogres of Oyeyama

Creator

Takejiro Hasegawa, 1853-1938

Source

Private collection, on loan to the Linda Lear Center for Special Collections and Archives, Connecticut College

Publisher

[Published by T. Hasegawa, Tokyo]

Date

Meiji 24, Month 7, Day 20 (July 20, 1891)

Contributor

Eitaku, Kobayashi, 1843-1890 (illustrator)

Rights

Copyright Connecticut College, 2014. For rights and reproduction requests, contact the Linda Lear Center for Special Collections and Archives at learcenter(at)conncoll(dot)edu.

Format

Image/JPEG

Language

English, Japanese

Type

Document

Identifier

Japanese Fairy Tales No. 19

Original Format

Crepe Paper

Text

The flagon had two mouths, and was so cunningly contrived that, though to outward appearance it was one vessel; yet, by means of a secret division, it could be mad to hold two separate and distinct liquors. Besides, he disguised the warriors in the garments of Yamabushi, or mountain hermits, the flowing robes quite concealing the armour and weapons which they all wore beneath. Added to this, the old man gave to Raiko some of the famous wine of Sakai, and a small white powder, which was in truth a most powerful sleeping drug. Then he gave them full directioons

Files

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Citation

Takejiro Hasegawa, 1853-1938, “Page 11, Ogres of Oyeyama,” Linda Lear Center Digital Collections and Exhibitions, accessed November 26, 2022, https://lc-digital.conncoll.edu/items/show/921.