Hatamoto sonae oshi no kaku 旗本備押之格 (Brigham Young University)

Hatamoto sonae oshi no kaku is a set of two scrolls produced in 1703 to commemorate a procession of shogunal vassals (hatamoto). The figures are stamped then hand-colored. Students will transcribe and translate text and annotate illustrations.

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Hatamoto sonae oshi no kaku 旗本備押之格 Transcription and Annotation

Scroll at National Diet Library, Tokyo of procession with same stamps, but differing configurations and coloring:


Set of two scrolls at National Diet Library of procession made with stamps, but different stamps from BYU's: