In the exhibition “Literati Modern: Bunjinga from Late-Edo to Twentieth-Century Japan, The Terry Welch Collection at the Honolulu Academy of Arts,” on view through Nov. 16, there is a painting of two regal cranes, and a diptych of a dog and her litter of puppies. Listen to collector Terry Welch, exhibition curator Michiyo Morioka and Academy Curator of Asian Art Shawn Eichman talk about “Cranes (Tsuru zu)” by Tsuji Kakô and “Mother’s Breast (Chichi)” by Yano Kyôson, and you’ll learn that there’s a lot more than Hello Kitty cuteness going on.