Kawazaki Shoko (May 8, 1886 - January 29, 1977) was a Japanese painter. Born in Gifu City.

He studied Yamato-e under his grandfather, Chitora Kawazaki, and after his grandfather's death, he studied under Tomon Kobori, a student of Chitora.

After his grandfather's death, he studied under Tomonobu Kobori, a student of Chitora. He was active in the Bunten, Teiten, and Nitten exhibitions before and after the war.

Kotora's eldest daughter, Sumi Kawasaki, is the wife of the Japanese painter Kaii Higashiyama. His sons, Suzuhiko Kawasaki and Haruhiko Kawasaki, and grandson, Maji Kawasaki, are also active in the Nitten and other exhibitions. He is also a distant relative of Chiharu Kawasaki, the fifth president of Keisei Electric Railway.

Size: 32×125 cm, Scroll Size: 45×188cm

Media: Scroll, Wooden box with Signature

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