File:Miyagawa Isshô-Spring Pastimes-H.jpg

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English: Spring Pastimes
Nanshoku-type tryst between an adult man and a young male kabuki actor. Kabuki actors who played female roles were known as onnagata or kagema and doubled as sex workers. They were much sought after by the sophisticates of the day. Shunga hand scroll (kakemono-e); sumi, color and gofun on silk. Private collection.
Date circa 1750
date QS:P,+1750-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
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Author Miyagawa Isshō
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20:07, 30 October 2006 User:Pschemp 580×412 76 KB '''Spring Pastimes'''<br><a target="_blank" href="" class="new" title="Nanshoku (page does not exist)">Nanshoku</a>-type tryst between a <a href="/wikipage?lang=en&name=Samurai" title="Samurai">samurai</a> and a boyfriend. Young <a target="_blank" href="" class="new" title="Kabuki (page does not exist)">kabuki</a> actors who played female roles were known as <a target="_blank" href="" class="new" title="Onnagata (page does not exist)">onnagata</a> or <a target="_blank" href="" class="new" title="Kagema (page does not exist)">kagema</a> and doubled as sex workers. They were much sought after by the sophisticates o

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