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Title Japanese: 『凱風快晴』 - Gaifū kaisei
South Wind, Clear Sky
Part of the series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji, no. 33. Commons logo optimized.svg
Date First publication: circa 1830.
Medium woodblock colour print
Source/Photographer Jim Breen's Ukiyo-E Gallery - Hokusai
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