- The image of a female character called "Asako".
She wears a T-shirt which includes
a image of a "ukiyo-e or 浮世絵" which is a genre of woodblock prints and paintings that flourished in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries.
The "ukiyo-e" is titled "Ichikawa-Omezo or 市川男女蔵" and created by "Toshusai-Sharaku or 東洲斎 写楽".
"Ichikawa-Omezo" is a stage name of a kabuki-actor.
Normally、a stage name is succeeded from a father to his son.
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