Meiji era educational print depicting fumie [踏み絵], an outdated practice where Japanese (ostensibly) proved they weren’t Christians by stomping on a picture of Jesus or Mary. Curiously enough, fumie is a spring kigo [季語], one of the poetic seasonal words used in haiku. Melting snow, cherry blossoms, warm breezes, and religious persecution apparently go—went—hand in hand.
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"Female Grand Sumo Circus," a highly disreputable artform. Notably seen in Mizoguchi’s Tale of Last Chrysanthemums (残菊物語, 1939), bodily displacing the protagonist’s kabuki troupe.