Surnames Nakai and Sasaki; personal name Tsunejirô (or Kôjirô); son of a paste merchant; Osaka address
Minami Honmachi 2-chôme; later moved to Sakai; pupil of Ichiôsai Yoshiume.
Prolific and leading Osaka print designer during the final period of kamigata-e.
Roger Keyes translates an interesting article written by Yoshitaki's son, Kawasaki Kyosen, regarding the commercial climate of printmaking and the pressures
it placed upon his father and other contemporary artists. See TWOP in the Bibliography.