Soga Jasoku

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  • Japanese: 曽我 蛇足 (Soga Jasoku)

Soga Jasoku was the art-name of several generations of painters of the Soga school, who served the Asakura clan of Echizen province. Edo period artist Soga Shôhaku claimed to be a 10th-generation descendant (or tenth-generation down a master-student lineage) of "Soga Jasoku," but is believed to have had no actual connection.


  • Gallery labels, Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1]