Sumo and the Woodblock Print Masters, pl. 22
An amusing depiction of the two great beauties of the 1790's, Ohisa, identified by the triple leaf crest on her sleeve and the character Taka on the package, and Okita by the paulownia sprays on her robe. Daidozan Bungoro, the son of a Buzaemon of Murakami in Echigo, grew two feet high by the time he was nine months old in 1788. Bungoro thenceforth went on the road as a novelty act in wrestler costume in which he is usually depicted in prints by Sharaku, Choki or Utamaro.