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These are the artworks, crafts and historical documents that belonged to the Tokugawa Shogunal Household and which are now in the possession of the Tokugawa Memorial Foundation.

Calligraphy by Tokugawa Hidetada, 2nd Shogun, from the text of "Aridoshi", a No song.

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Portrait of Tokugawa Ietsuna, the 4th Shogun.

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"Cock" by Tokugawa Ietsuna, the 4th Shogun.

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Portrait of Tokugawa Ienobu, the 6th Shogun.

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Calligraphy by Tokugawa Ienobu, 6th Shogun, of a waka poem by Sosei, a Buddhist monk, included in "The Collection of Old and New Waka Poems", a classical Imperial anthology.

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Portrait of Tokugawa Ieshige, the 9th Shogun.

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Gargling basin with stand and cover, with makie relief of mallow leaf and peony crests on black lacquer ground, used by Tensho-in, consort to Iesada, the 13th Shogun.

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Hair dressing table with makie relief of mallow leaf and peony crests on black lacquer ground, used by Tensho-in, consort to Iesada, the 13th Shogun.

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Paper holder with embroidery of sparrow and maple leaf on golden ground, used by Seikan'in (Princess Kazu), a sister of Emperor Komei and Consort to Iemochi, the 14th Shogun.

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"Kakinomoto-no-Hitomaro" (ancient poet) by Konoe Nobutada, a Court noble of early Edo renowned for his calligraphy.

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