Okada Hankō (岡田 半江 1782 – 1846?) was a Japanese painter during the Edo period. He was the son of the painter and rice merchant Okada Beisanjin. He built a studio and home near Osaka on the bank of the Yodo River, but was forced to move to Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka due to a rebellion.
- The Great Japan Exhibition: Art of the Edo Period 1600-1868, ISBN 0297780352
- Okada Hanko: Information and Much More from Answers.com
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