Hōshun Yamaguchi (山口蓬春, Yamaguchi Hōshun) (1893-1971) was a Japanese Nihonga painter and designer.
He received a commission to paint a piece for the new Tokyo Imperial Palace. The piece titled “Kaede (maples)” is a large painting measuring 2.74x2.5 metres. It is located on the cedar door of the east corridor of the Seiden hall. Opposite of it on the other side is “Sakura (cherry)” by Meiji Hashimoto.
The Yamaguchi Hōshun Memorial Hall exhibits many of his works.
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