Page 4, Ogres of Oyeyama

Title

Page 4, Ogres of Oyeyama

Creator

Takejiro Hasegawa, 1853-1938

Source

Private collection, on loan to 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

to make an attack on the ogres' castle. Wantanabe Tsuna, one of Raiko's followers, had indeed laid in wait for Shutendoji, the chief of the ogres, at the Gate called Rashamon, in Kyoto. There a famous struggle had taken place in which, though the ogre had escaped him, Tsuna had cut off, and carried away in triumph the monster's arm. Shutendoji, however, by means of a clever trick, got his arm back again; and he, and his horrible crew, from this time forward, became bolder and bolder until at last, the whole city was filled with terror and mourning.
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Files

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Citation

Takejiro Hasegawa, 1853-1938, “Page 4, Ogres of Oyeyama,” Linda Lear Center Digital Collections and Exhibitions, accessed November 26, 2022, https://lc-digital.conncoll.edu/items/show/923.