Date of Work
Chester Fritz East Asian Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
YAEGAKIHIME, or Fencing Princess, Represents a Samurai's daughter who has been taught to fence, she wears the Tabi, or heavy divided sock, for indoor exercise, and her hair in a less elaborate style that the other two figures. Each a female figure in elaborate costume, including a maiko (apprentice geisha), a bride and a figure of the fencing princess (Princess Yaegakihime).
Shirokiya Made in Japan (sticker underneath)
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