Seller: gn-art (1.116) 100%, Location: Ongagun, Fukuoka, Ships to: Americas, Europe, Asia, AU, Item: 192332831727 "Samurai Meet Emperor" Hanging Scroll by Tesshu "鐵秀" -Japan- Late 19th Century "Samurai Meet Emperor" Hanging Scroll by Tesshu "鐵秀" -Japan- Late 19th Century Click images to enlarge Description いらっしゃいませ！！ May I help you? / Come posso aiutarla? / hoe kan ik u helpen? / Kako vam mogu pomoći? / hur kan jag hjälpa dig? / ¿Cómo puedo ayudarle? / ฉันจะช่วยคุณได้อย่างไร / Jak vám mohu pomoci? / Hvordan kan jeg hjælpe dig? / Wie kann ich Ihnen helfen? / Comment puis-je vous aider? / como posso ajudá-lo? / Me pehea ahau e nehenehe e tauturu ia koe? / Как я могу вам помочь? / 어서 오세요 / 我怎么帮你呢？ Among works exhibiting, the title which is written as "Authentic work" receives the judgement by the public institution, the title which is not written as "Authentic work" does not receive the judgement by the public institution. I am sorry it is very difficult to us to tell authentic or not regarding to the scroll does not receive the judgement by the public institution. Title and age are just named in according to signature or mounting and touch. We would suggest you deliverate bidding after checking the all photos. ~Item information~ CONDITION Good as antique (Stain,Bone cap) RAKKAN(Signature & Seal Tesshu "鐵秀" TOMOBAKO(Scroll Box) None JIKUSAKI(Roller Ends) Cattle bone HYOGU(Mounting) Silk / Brocade Technique Hand painted on Silk SIZE H:192cm(75.59inches) W:77.5cm(30.51inches)"Includes roller ends" HONSHI(Picture) SIZE H:121cm(47.64inches) W:55cm(51.65inches) Weight 560g(1.2lb) In 1333, Emperor Go-Daigo escaped from Oki with the help of Nawa Nagatoshi and his family, raising an army at Funagami Mountain in Hōki Province (the modern town of Kotoura in Tōhaku District, Tottori Prefecture). Ashikaga Takauji, who had been sent by the shogunate to find and destroy this army, sided with the emperor and captured the Rokuhara Tandai. Immediately following this, Nitta Yoshisada, who had raised an army in the east, laid siege to Kamakura. When the city finally fell to Nitta, Hōjō Takatoki, the shogunal regent, fled to Tōshō temple, where he and his entire family committed suicide. This ended Hōjō power and paved the way for a new military regime. Upon his triumphal return to Kyoto, Daigo took the throne from Emperor Kōgon and began the Kenmu Restoration. The Restoration was ostensibly a revival of the older ways, but, in fact, the emperor had his eye set on an imperial dictatorship like that of the emperor of China. He wanted to imitate the Chinese in all their ways and become the most powerful ruler in the East. Impatient reforms, litigation over land rights, rewards, and the exclusion of the samurai from the political order caused much complaining, and his political order began to fall apart. In 1335, Ashikaga Takauji, who had travelled to eastern Japan without obtaining an imperial edict in order to suppress the Nakasendai Rebellion, became disaffected. Daigo ordered Nitta Yoshisada to track down and destroy Ashikaga. Ashikaga defeated Nitta Yoshisada at the Battle of Takenoshita, Hakone. Kusunoki Masashige and Kitabatake Akiie, in communication with Kyoto, smashed the Ashikaga army. Takauji fled to Kyūshū, but the following year, after reassembling his army, he again approached Kyōto. Kusunoki Masashige proposed a reconciliation with Takauji to the emperor, but Go-Daigo rejected this. He ordered Masashige and Yoshisada to destroy Takauji. Kusunoki's army was defeated at the Battle of Minatogawa. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. 何かありましたら遠慮なくお申し付け下され！！ Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE Counter Condition: Good condition. Stain on the scroll. One roller end missed bone cap. At more photos are following Item description, please check all photos before your bidding. Thank you very much., Type: Hand painted Japanese Hanging Scroll, Primary Material: Paper / Silk / Brocade / Wood, Age: 1850-1899, Region of Origin: Japan, Original/Reproduction: Original, Featured Refinements: Hanging Scroll, Signature: Tesshu "鐵秀"