Tomishige Rihei

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Tomishige Rihei (May 19, 1837–February 7, 1922) was an important 19th and early 20th century Japanese photographer. He was a pioneer of wet-plate photography in Japan and was noted for his excellent large-format, albumen landscapes. Tomishige is especially renowned in Kyūshū.