Bunrin was born in Kyoto.
Bunrin lost his father and mother when he was small.
Became a pupil of Okamoto Toyohiko.
Bunrin was good at drawing Sansui landscape paintings.
In 1855, he participated in building the Kyoto Imperial Palace and painted
the Fusuma-e drawings.
In 1868, he established the Joun-Sha, painters' organization.
Highest Value = US$27 thousand