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Yoshitoshi’s Courageous Warriors: Kato Kiyomasa Sees his Monkey with a Writing Brush - 1883

…Apparently, Kiyomasa came home one day to find his pet monkey had taken an inkbrush and painted over his master’s copy of Kung-fu-tse’s (Confucius) Analects in black ink. At first, Kiyomasa was angry, but then laughed, asking the monkey if he, too, liked Confucius.

Yoshitoshi’s Courageous Warriors: Kato Kiyomasa Sees his Monkey with a Writing Brush - 1883

…Apparently, Kiyomasa came home one day to find his pet monkey had taken an inkbrush and painted over his master’s copy of Kung-fu-tse’s (Confucius) Analects in black ink. At first, Kiyomasa was angry, but then laughed, asking the monkey if he, too, liked Confucius.

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