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Unkoku Tôgan was an Azuchi-Momoyama period painter in the style of Sesshû, and in the service of Môri Terumoto. The founder of the Unkoku school of painting, he had a significant influence on painting styles in western Honshû and northern Kyûshû.
- "Willow and Pine with Birds and Flowers, Attributed to Mitani Tôshuku." Metropolitan Museum. Accessed 30 December 2012.
- "Landscape. Unkoku Tôgan." Gallery label. Tokyo National Museum. July 23, 2010.