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Description Sumo wrestler Somagahana Fuchiemon. Woodcut print shows sumo wrestler Somagahana Fuchiemon, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly left, wearing robes with two swords. Format: Vertical Oban Nishikie.
Date between 1848 and 1854
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Author Toyokuni Utagawa (1786-1865), also know as Utagawa Kunisada
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