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In this paper, I look at the artistic activity of Odake Chikuha (1878Chikuha ( -1936)), to shed light on Odake's student in Japanese style painting, Fukiya Koji (1898Koji ( -1979)), who later became known as a lyric painter who painted the figures of young women for more than half a century. Odake's artistic activity can be divided into three sections, and I focus on the middle section (1907-23), which was most important in his artistic activity and the period when Fukiya was studying with him.doi:10.34382/00005436 fatcat:kpohon5s35crxogxq6zlalf6k4