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Tako to ama, Twelve Hours and Eschatology

 

Tako to ama

Tako to ama

Tako to ama, The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife (蛸と海女 Tako to ama, Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopuses, Diver and Two Octopuses, etc., is a woodblock-printed design by the Japanese artist Hokusai. It is included in Kinoe no Komatsu (English: Young Pines), a three-volume book of shunga erotica first published in 1814, and has become Hokusai’s most famous shunga design. Playing with themes popular in Japanese art, it depicts a young ama diver entwined sexually with a pair of octopuses.

蛸と海女

Tako to ama, by Hokusai. LARGE OCTOPUS: I’ve been hidden and waiting so long and finally got you! What a nice pussy! It can’t be more delicious! Zu zu… suck suck suck… I will take you to the Dragon Palace after you are handled. WOMAN: Fucking octopus! Ah ah, you get my cervix! I can’t breathe! Oh, I’m coming, your suction cups… oh, your suction cups… oh, what you’re doing with them! Oh yeah, oh yeah… I’ve never been so… aaah aaah… by octopuses… Mmmm… good good… yeah… there… zu zu zu… LARGE OCTOPUS: How it feels to be teased by eight arms? See, you are so aroused and totally wet. WOMAN: Oh, it’s tickling, and I’m losing the control of my waist. I’m losing control! I’m coming! Ah ah… SMALL OCTOPUS: After daddy finishes, I’m going to rub and suck from the clitoris to the pores with my suction cups!

Twelve Hours Matthias Koch

Twelve Hours

 

Eschatology Matthias koch

Eschatology