(Japanese with English subtitles) Widowed woodblock artist Hokusai meets Onao and falls madly in love with her, but she disappears suddenly. One day, his daughter brings home a young girl who looks exactly like Onao. Using the girl as his muse, he reconnects to his youth when he painted his masterpiece, the gigantic octopus and the beauty seduced.
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In some scenes Hokusai is holding a religious statue of Nichiren. Nichiren was a founder of a sect within Buddhism in the Kamakura period. Hokusai followed this sect. See more
As a spirit, I'm passing through a field in summer.