- Other Names: 椎名芳子 (Shiina Yoshiko), 対岳 (Taigaku)
- Japanese: 晁柳女史文囿 (Chouryuu joshi Bun Yuu)
Shiina Bun'yû was an Edo period painter. A native of Edo and a student of Tani Bunchô, she took the art-name Bun'yû; her regular name was Shiina Yoshiko. Bun'yû is known for her handscroll paintings of Ryukyuan embassy processions, one of which is owned by the Tokyo National Museum.
- Ryûkyû: Bi no hôko (The Ryukyu Kingdom: A Treasure Chest of Beauty), Suntory Museum of Art (2018), 220.
- Araki Tadashi 荒木矩 (ed.), Dai Nippon shoga meika taikan 大日本書画名家大鑑, 伝記上編, Tokyo: Daiichi Shobo (1984), 203.
- "Takabayashi Hôkoku," Nhon jinmei daijiten, Kodansha.