Jippo was born in Nagasaki Prefecture in the 5th year of the Meiji era.
His real given name was Teijiro.
Jippo is a pseudonym.
He went to Tokyo and became a disciple of Araki Kanpo.
Later, Jippo married with Kanpo's daughter and became his adopted heir.
In 1897, Jippo established the Nihon-ga Kai.
He sent his works to the Bunten and Teiten Exhibitions.
He also served as an adjudicator of the Bunten Exhibitions.
He won the gold prize at the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910.
He was good at painting flowers and birds.
Jippo deceased in the 19th year of the Showa era at the age of 73.
Highest Value = about US$ 33 thousand