Miss Hokusai

The life and works of Japanese artist and ukiyo-e painter Katsushika Hokusai, as seen from the eyes of his daughter, Katsushika O-Ei.

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Anne Watanabe, Erica Lindbeck, Ezra Weisz, Gaku Hamada, Jun Miho, Kengo Kora, Michitaka Tsutsui, Richard Epcar, Robbie Daymond, Shion Shimizu, Yutaka Matsushige


Keiichi Hara, Stephanie Sheh

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