Ibuki-yama: a mountain in Omi, the scene of several legendary tales.
Ichiri-zuke: highway milestones.
Ieyasu (1542 1616): member of the Tokugawa family; prominent in the armies of Nobunaga, became master of Japan after Hideyoshi's death; founder and greatest head of the Tokugawa shogunate.
Inari: popular god of rice and crops; often symbolized as a fox.
Inrô: a small box, usually of lacquer, for holding drugs or ointment, carried at the waist by men of the Edo period.
Ippai: print editions; the number of prints printed in one batch (historically 200).
Iro-ita: the color block(s) used in polychrome printing.
Ishidoro: a stone lantern. back to top