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Japan: The Saitama Shimbun , 1997. 221 pages with colour and b/w illustrations.Introduction in English with remaining text in Japanese."Taiheiki" is a chronicle of a horrific battle in the 14th Century, between the North Imperial Court and the South Imperial Court in Japan.During those years of terrible war the people of Japan longed for peace.The phrase "Taihei" means "Peaceful World" and "Taiheiki Emaki" is a collection of 12 scrolls which depict the battle together with the terrific struggle for peace.The artist of Taiheiki Emaki is believed to be Kaiho Yusetsu who was prominent in the Edo era (which lasted from the 17th century until the mid 19th century).Picture shows part of slipcase.. Hard Cover in Slipcase . Near Fine/No Jacket.