There is probably no hero of legend more loved by the people than Minamoto Yoshitsune. Though he was the rightful son of the Gengi, he was parted from his parents at a young age. Even as he participated passionately in the hunting down and killing of many Heishi soldiers, he was chased out of Kyoto by his brother, Minamoto, and ended his days at Oushyu Hiraizumi. In his 31 years of glory and hardships, he left behind dozens of tales and legends which inspire the hearts of people even to this day. In this exhibition, we introduce the paintings of the last genius Ukiyo-e artist of the late Edo period, Tsukioka Yoshitoshi. Through Yoshitoshi's talent of expression, you can revisit the accomplishments of the hero, Yoshitsune, and the battles between the Genji and Heishi forces.