South Wind, Clear Sky (Gaifū kaisei) and Rainstorm Beneath the Summit (Sanka Hakuu) also described Mount Fuji in Japan, and they were the famous wood engravings authored by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist, Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849). At the bottom of the pictures were the trees below Mount Fuji, and the background included the blue sky and white clouds, with residual snow on top of Mount Fuji. "South Wind" was derived from the "Book of Songs," meaning the gentle south wind blowing in summer. The Red Mount Fuji might describe what Mount Fuji looked like in the morning of summer.
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