Emperor Nintoku, known as the 16th Emperor of Japan, is a semi-legendary figure from Japan's early history. His reign is traditionally dated to the 4th century, but there are few concrete historical records of his life. Nintoku is credited with social and economic reforms, including exempting the people from taxes and compulsory labor during times of adversity. He is also associated with the construction of the Nintoku-ryō Tumulus, one of the largest tombs in the world, located in the present-day city of Sakai. His reign is often seen as a period of peace and prosperity.

The 'Emperor Nintoku' plexiglass artwork pays tribute to one of Japan's most venerable rulers, known for his wisdom and compassion. This artwork reflects the peace and prosperity of Nintoku's reign, with subtle colors and refined lines expressing the serene spirit of his era. Available in four sizes (60x90, 80x120, 100x150, 120x180 cm), it provides a stylish and historically inspired addition to any space. Add a piece of ancient Japanese history to your wall with this beautiful artwork celebrating the legacy of Emperor Nintoku.

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