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First Publication: July 2009 Latest Update: April 2014 Ishikawa Toraji was mainly a painter.
Collectors of 20th century Japanese prints know him for a fine landscape print series showing Mount Fuji and for several other woodblock prints, but mainly for a series of ten buxom female nudes in a style not seen before on Japanese art prints.
All girls wear a modern hair-style that was typical for young girls in the 1920s and 1930s all around the world, including Japan.
The nudes depicted by Ishikawa Toraji represent a type of young women that the Japanese then called moga, a malapropism of the English word modern girl.