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Arima Memorial plan painting exhibition "portrait of feudal lord"

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Handbill list  Kurume became in (1621) for Genna (genna) seven years, and, in the daimyo Arimas, Yutaka Arima (arimatoyoji) who became the first feudal lord ruled Kurume feudal clan through the Edo era.
 By book exhibition, we display portrait of each generation feudal lord drawn by order illustrator of Kurume feudal clan and articles of connection and introduce about person and reign.

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Yutaka Arima image (arimatoyojizo)

Sasayama Shinto shrine storehouse in the latter half of the Edo era
It is described in prestigious full court dress figure. Figure of later years is regarded as izo which we represented.

Picture of Yutaka Arima image

Yorito Arima image (arimayoritoozo)

Eitoku Kanou image ()
1849 (1849) Sasayama Shinto shrine storehouse
Teenage feudal lord. It was called benevolent lord, but is described in young figure because we died young at 25 years old.
Picture of Yorito Arima image
 

 

Yanagihara ware small copying bowl

yanagiharayakishodaiutsushichawan)
Kurume-shi Board of Education storehouse in the latter half of the Edo era
Kurume feudal clan baking tea vessels in the garden-kiln where 9 daihanshu*toku (paste) founded Yanagihara ware.
Paraph "nari" of *toku seal is stamped this bowl with in hill.

Photograph of Yanagihara ware small copying bowl

Lion form string "*kamomero" seal

("sea bream will be sold" shishigatachu in)
Last years of Edo era - Meiji era Arima fortune
"*kamome" is of 11 daihanshu** (we seem to do). Lion of figure which looks back, and sits down is engraved on string (snacks).
 

Photograph of lion form string "*kamomero" seal

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