Kiyochika Kobayashi 1847-1915 - Working and Studying - 1886 "Kyodo Risshi no Motoi" (Heroes and heroines who have been regarded as standards of moral leadership and success). Ogyu Sorai (1666–1728), when he was young, studied books while he was working. Later, he became one of the foremost Confucianists in Japan. He advocated the pragmatic applications of scholarly Confucianism to create uniform laws for the social and political reforms.
Daruma Doll Kimono 1905 § Daruma Dolls are hollow, round dolls traditionally made of toso (a papier mache like substance), which represent the Bodidharma, the founder of Zen Buddhism. Daruma Dolls are considered to be a symbol of perseverance and good luck, as they are weighted at the bottom so that they will always bounce back if they are knocked down. Dolls are printed on the fabric.