Kachoga, or "bird-and-flower painting", was the most common form of traditional painting found in Rokugan. It used distinctive landscapes and figures upon a flowing backgrounds. Such paintings were usually displayed on long vertical scrolls or rolling horizontal scrolls. [1]


  1. Way of the Crane, p. 66

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