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Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

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Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

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Japanese Octopus Painting

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Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

Japanese Octopus Painting

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Playing with themes popular in Japanese art, it depicts a young ama diver entwined sexually with a pair of octopuses. The book is a work of shunga erotic art within the ukiyo-e genre. The larger of the two mollusks performs cunnilingus on her, while the smaller one, his offspring, assists by fondling the woman's mouth and left nipple. In the text above the image the woman and the creatures express their mutual sexual pleasure from the encounter. All designs in the publication are untitled; this design is generally known in Japanese as Tako to ama , translated variously into English. Scholar Danielle Talerico notes that the image would have recalled to the minds of contemporary viewers the story of Princess Tamatori , highly popular in the Edo period. Vowing to help, Tamatori dives down to Ryūjin's undersea palace of Ryūgū-jō , and is pursued by the god and his army of sea creatures, including octopuses.




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