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/ ʃɑˈrɑ kʊ /
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Ta·shu·sai [taw-shoo-sahy], /ˈtɔ ʃʊˈsaɪ/, flourished 18th century, Japanese printmaker.
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How to use Sharaku in a sentence
But Shunyei never reached the point to which Sharaku is now coming.
Great distinction of composition marks all of Sharaku's work.
A notable Sharaku is rarely obtainable for less than 40 to 80.
Sharaku's output was not large, and his work is now of the utmost rarity.
In conclusion, let us grant that Sharaku is not for every one.