The Rimpa School
"The name 'Rimpa' describes a uniquely Japanese, highly decorative style of painting and applied arts, chiefly lacquer and ceramics, which flourished during the Edo period" ("Kano School").
The Rimpa School (or Rinpa), included a group of artists who worked together and were known for a particular style of painting. Even though the school is named after Ogata Korin, the specific Rimpa style originated from Koetsu and Sotatsu. “Rimpa” is translated as “School of Korin”.