The Orthodox icon "Resurrection" is the work of Yamashita Rin (1857–1939), a Japanese painter. The icon, produced in 1891, depicts Christ and two angels; its reverse (shown here) shows the Holy Resurrection Cathedral in Tokyo (Japanese 復活 大 聖堂, fukkatsu daiseidō). The inscription (in Japanese and Russian) reads: "To His Imperial Highness, the Heir to the Imperial Russian Throne, Grand Prince Nikolay Alexandrovich, this most humble offering of the Japanese Orthodox Church as a token of its most earnest prayers for his health and well-being. 6 May 1891, Tokyo, in the Meiji era."
Rin Yamashita (1857–1939), Icon of The Resurrection of Christ Reverse: Orthodox Church of the Resurrection of Christ in Tokyo and Dedicatory Inscription, oil, lacquer in gold and silver, ca. 1891; Source: The image is used from www.hermitagemuseum.org, courtesy of The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/01.+paintings/332245, Image Usage Policy https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/about/image_usage_policy?lng=en.