Treasure Ship magnet
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Paper-wrapped fridge magnet featuring a woodblock print seen in the exhibition Japan: Myths to Manga. The Seven Gods of Good Fortune (Shichifukujin) are depicted here as humorous deities gathered together in their Treasure Ship (Takarabune). A picture of the Treasure Ship along with the Seven Gods became an essential part of the New Year celebrations.
Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858)
Woodblock print Japan, 1847–52
© Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
6.5 x 9cm (2.5 x 3.5in)
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Japan: Myths to Manga
Take an exciting and atmospheric trip through Japanese history – and explore how landscape and folklore have influenced Japan's culture, technology and design.