ANDO HIROSHIGE
OTHER VIEWS AND SCENES


Views of Osaka
Views of Kyoto
Famous Views of Osaka (1834)
Famous Places in Kyoto (Mid-1830s)
Famous Places in Japan (1837)
Harbors of Japan (1840-42)
Seven Hot Springs of Hakone (1852)
Wrestling Matches between Mountains and Seas (1858)


Views of Osaka

Date:
Publisher:
Format: Yatsugiri yokoye (1/8 oban)
Number of Prints: 8
References:
 
From an untitled series of views of Osaka


Aji River Bridge (Ajikawa-bashi no zu)


Evening Pleasure Boats at the Tenma Tenjin Festival (Tenma Tenjin matsuri yoasobibune)


Idemi Beach at Sumiyoshi (Sumiyoshi Idemi no hama)


In Front of the Torii Gate at the Kōzu Shrine (Kōzu yashiro torii saki)


Kūken-chō in the Shinmachi Licensed Quarter (Shinmachi Kūken-chō)


The Eight Step Boat Landing at Osaka (Ōsaka Yagenbori no zu)


The Stone Beach at Nagabori (Nagabori ishihama no zu)


The Theater Side of Dōtonbori Canal (Dōtonbori shibaigawa)


Views of Kyoto

Date:
Publisher:
Format: Yatsugiri yokoye (1/8 oban)
Number of Prints: 10
References:
 
From an untitled series of views of Kyoto


Arashiyama and the Togetsu-kyō Bridge (Arashiyama Togetsu-kyō)


Enjoying the Cool of Evening on the Riverbed at Shijō (Shijō-gawara yūsuzumi)


Kinkaku-ji Temple in Snow (Kinkaku-ji setchū no zu)


Kiyomizu-dera Temple at Mount Otowa (Otowayama Kiyomizu-dera)


The Bank of the Yodo River (Yodogawa tsutsumi no zu)


The Bed of the Kamo River at Tadasu (Kamo-gawa Tadasu-gawara)


The Gion Shrine (Gion yashiro)


The Hata Tea Pavilion at Maruyama (Maruyama Hata no ryō)


The Kakutoku Teahouse in the Shimabara Licensed Quarter (Shimabara Kakutoku zashiki no zu)


Women Carrying Firewood at Yase Village (Yase no sato oharame no zu)


Famous Views of Osaka
Naniwa meisho zue

Date: 1834
Publisher: Kawaguchiya Shōzō (Shōeidō, Eisendō)
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 10/10
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, van Vleck (p.90-91), Honolulu (383-388)


The Naniwaya Pine in Adachi-chō (Adachi-chō Naniwaya no matsu)


The Tōka-Ebisu Festival at the Imamiya Ebisu Shrine (Imamiya Tōka Ebisu)


Night Market at Junkei-machi (Junkei-machi yomise no zu)


Fish Market at Zakoba (Zakoba uoichi no zu)


Rice Market at Dōjima (Dōjima kome akinai)


Dengaku Dancing at the Onda Ritual of the Sumiyoshi Shrine (Sumiyoshi Onda no saishiki dengaku no zu)


Cherry-blossom Viewing on the Hill of the Tenjin Shrine in Yasui (Yasui Tenjinyama hanami)


View of Dōtonbori (Dōtonbori no zu)


Kuken-chō in the Shinmachi Pleasure Quarter (Shinmachi Kuken-chō)


Boats Docking at Hachikenya (Hachikenya chakusen no zu)


Famous Places in Kyoto
Kyōto meisho no uchi

Date: Mid-1830s
Publisher: Eisendō (Kawashō)
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 10
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, Stewart, van Vleck (p89-90), Honolulu (270-276)


The Temple of the Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku-ji)


Red Maple Leaves at Tsūtenkyō Bridge (Tsūtenkyō no momiji)


Cherry Trees in Full Bloom at Arashiyama (Arashiyama manka)


The Village of Yase (Yase no sato)


The Yodo River (Yodogawa)


The Gion Shrine in Snow (Gion-sha setchū)


The Willow Tree at the Gate of the Shimabara Pleasure Quarrter (Shimabara deguchi no yanagi)


Evening Shower along the Tadasu River (Tadasugawara no yūdachi)


Kiyomizu-dera Temple (Kiyomizu)


Enjoying the Cool of Evening on the Riverbed at Shijō (Shijōgawara yūsuzumi)


Famous Places in Japan
Honchō meisho

Date: 1837
Publisher: Fujiokaya Hikotarō (Shōgendō)
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 15/15
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, Stewart, van Vleck (p87-88), Honolulu (402)


Ferry Boats on the Fuji River in Suruga Province (Sunshū Fujikawa watashibune no zu)


Kiyomigaseki in Suruga Province (Sunshū Kiyomigaseki)


The Nunobiki Waterfall in Settsu Province (Sesshū Nunobiki no taki)


Mount Akiba in Tōtōmi Province (Enshū Akibayama)


Mount Fuji from Satta (Satta Fuji)


Seven-Mile Beach in Sagami Province (Sōshū Shichiri-ga-hama)


The Cave at Enoshima in Sagami Province (Sōshū Enoshima iwaya no zu)


The Moon Reflected in Rice Paddies at Sarashina in Shinano Province (Shinshū Sarashina tagoto no tsuki)


Pilgrims Climbing Up at Hōrai-ji Temple in Mikawa Province (Sanshū Hōrai-ji gyōja-goe)


Tenpōzan in Osaka (Ōsaka Tenpōzan)


Hot Spring at Hakone (Hakone tōjiba no zu)


View of Kanazawa in Musashi Province (Bushū Kanazawa fūkei)


Ama no Hashidate (Ama no Hashidate)


Sumiyoshi Beach at Demi (Settshu Sumiyoshi Demi-no hama.)


Maiko Beach in Harima Province (Banshū Maiko no hama)


Harbors of Japan
Nihon minato zukushi

Date: 1840-42
Publisher: Maruya Seijiō (Marusei, Jukakudō)
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 10/10
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, Stewart, van Vleck (p.91), Honolulu (399-400)

There are day and night versions of Soshu Uraga.
Thanks to J Noel Chiappa for providing these prints.


Uraga in Sagami Province (Sōshū Uraga)


Uraga in Sagami Province (Sōshū Uraga)


Mitsumata at Nakasu in the Eastern Capital (Tōto Nakasu Mitsumata)


Marugame in Sanuki Province (Sanshū Marugame)


Teppōzu in Edo (Edo Teppōzu)


Shimonoseki in Nagato Province (Chōshū Shimonoseki)


Shinagawa in the Eastern Capital (Tōto Shinagawa)


The Harbor at Shimizu in Suruga Province (Sunshū Shimizu minato)


The Mouth of the Aji River in Osaka (Ōsaka Ajikawaguchi)


Muro Harbor in Harima Province (Banshū Muro-no-tsu)


Edo Bridge in the Eastern Capital (Tōto Edo-bashi)


Seven Hot Springs of Hakone
Hakone shichiyu zue

Date: 1852
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 7/7
References: Honolulu (421-423)


Ashinoyu


Dōgashima


Kiga


Miyanoshita


Sokokura


Tōnosawa


Yumoto


Wrestling Matches between Mountains and Seas
Sankai mitate zumō

Date: 1858
Publisher: Yamadaya Shōjirō
Format: Oban yokoye
Number of Prints: 20/20
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, Stewart, van Vleck (p110-112), Honolulu (440-451)

Thanks to Olivier Baumann for originally putting me on to a number of these images.

Mountains


Mount Yuga in Bizen Province (Bizen Yugayama)


Kamewari Pass in Echigo Province (Echigo Kamewari tōge)


Elephant-head Mountain in Sanuki Province (Sanuki Zōzuzan)


Mount Arima in Settsu Province (Settsu Arimayama)


Yunoo Pass in Echizen Province (Echizen Yunoo tōge)


Mount Kiyozumi in Awa Province (Awa Kiyozumiyama)


Mount Kaso in Kazusa Province (Kazusa Kasozan)


Mount Ôyama in Sagami Province (Sagami Ôyama)


Mount Tatsu in Harima Province (Harima Tatsuyama)


Mount Tateyama in Etchū Province (Etchu Tateyama)

Sea Ports


Mouth of the Aji River in Settsu Province (Settsu Ajikawaguchi)


Kisarazu in Kazusa Province (Kazusa Kisarazu)


Harbor at Muro in Harima Province (Harima Muro-no-tsu)


Tanokuchi in Bizen Province (Bizen Tanokuchi)


Mikuni in Echizen Province (Echizen Mikuni)


Niigata in Echigo Province (Echigo Niigata)


Harbor at the Old Provincial Capital in Etchū Province (Etchū Kokokufu minato)


Kominato in Awa Province (Awa Kominato)


Uraga in Sagami Province (Sagami Uraga)


Marugame in Sanuki Province (Sanuki Marugame)