ANDO HIROSHIGE
PAIRS TOKAIDO


Fifty-three Pairings for the Tokaido Road
Tōkaidō gojūsan tsui

Date: 1845-46
Publisher: Ibaya Kyūbei
Format: Vertical oban
Number of Prints: 58
References: Strange , Stewart, van Vleck (p.53), Honolulu (236-240), Kunisada Project, Kuniyoshi Project

The traditions and historical characters associated with the Stations of the Tokaido by Hiroshige, Kunisada (signed Toyokuni) and Kuniyoshi. Otherwise known as 53 Parallels for the Tokaido Road.

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Kuniyoshi
1 Nihonbashi

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Kuniyoshi
2 Shinagawa: Shirai Gonpachi

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Kunisada
3 Kawasaki: The Death of Nitta Yoshioki at the Yaguchi Ferry

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Kunisada
4 Kanagawa: The Tomb of Urashima (Kanagawa no eki, Urashima-zuka)

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Kuniyoshi
5 Hodogaya: Yura Hyōgo, His Wife (Nyōbō) Minato, and Shinozuka Hachirō

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Hiroshige
6 Totsuka: The Cry of the Cuckoo

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Kuniyoshi
7 Fujisawa: Oguri Hangan

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Hiroshige
8 Hiratsuka: Inage Saburō Shigenari

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Kuniyoshi
9 Ōiso: Tora Gozen and Soga no Jūrō

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Kuniyoshi
10 Odawara (Odawara no eki): Minamoto Yoritomo and Hōjō Masako

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Kuniyoshi
11 Hakone: Soga no Gorō

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Hiroshige
11 Hakone

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Hiroshige
12 Mishima: The Mishima Festival on the 6th Day of the 1st Month (Shōgatsu muika Mishima matsuri no zu)

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Kuniyoshi
13 Numazu: Travellers

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Hiroshige
14 Hara: The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter (Taketori monogatari), Kaguya-hime, the Old Bamboo Cutter (Taketori no okina)

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Hiroshige
14 Hara

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Kuniyoshi
15 Yoshiwara: Waterbirds at the Battle of Fuji River (Fujikawa mizutori)

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Kuniyoshi
16 Kanbara: The Old Story of the Six Pine Trees (Kanbara no eki, roppon matsu no koji)

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Kuniyoshi
17 Yui: Local Fisherwoman

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Hiroshige
18 Okitsu: Scenery of Tago Bay (Tago no ura fūkei)

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Hiroshige
19 Ejiri: The Story of the Pine Tree of the Feather Cloak at Miho Bay (Miho no ura hagoromo matsu no yurai)

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Hiroshige
20 Fuchū: Women Picking Tea Leaves

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Hiroshige
21 Mariko: The Old Station of Tegoshi (Tegoshi no koeki)

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Kuniyoshi
22 Okabe: The Story of the Cat Stone

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Kuniyoshi
23 Fujieda: Priest Renshō, Formerly Kumagai Naozane

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Kunisada
24 Shimada: The Ōi River (Shimada no eki Ōigawa)

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Hiroshige
25 Kanaya: Crossing the Ōi River

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Kuniyoshi
26 Nissaka: The Nightly Weeping Rock

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Kuniyoshi
27 Kakegawa: Fukuoka Mitsugi

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Kunisada
28 Fukuroi: The Legend of Sakura-ga-ike (Sakura-ga-ike no yurai)

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Kuniyoshi
29 Mitsuke: The Cranes with Golden Tags (Kinsatsu no tsuru)

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Kuniyoshi
30 Hamamatsu (Hamamatsu no eki): Taira no Shigehira

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Kuniyoshi
31 Maisaka (Maisaka no eki): Kezori Kuemon

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Kunisada
32 Arai: Woman with Travel Diary

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Hiroshige
33 Shirasuka: The Legend of Onnaya (Onnaya no den)

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Hiroshige
34 Futakawa: Yaji and Kitahachi from Hizakurige

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Kunisada
35 Yoshida: Woman Beckoning from Balcony

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Kuniyoshi
36 Goyu: The Thatched Hut of Yamamoto Kansuke (Yamamoto Kansuke sōro)

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Hiroshige
37 Akasaka: The Story of Miyajiyama (Miyajiyama no koji)

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Kuniyoshi
38 Fujikawa: Fujikawa Mizuemon

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Hiroshige
39 Okazaki: Yahagi Station (Yahagi no shuku), Jōruri-hime

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Kuniyoshi
40 Chiryū: Ariwara Narihira at Yatsuhashi

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Kunisada
41 Narumi: Woman Doing Arimatsu Shibori Tie-dying

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Kunisada
42 Miya: The Grave of the Returning Spirit (Miya no eki, Hangonzuka)

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Kuniyoshi
43 Kuwana: The Story of the Sailor Tokuzō (Funanori Tokuzō no den)

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Kunisada
44 Yokkaichi: Mirage of the Clam's Palace at Nako-no-umi (Nako-no-umi kaiyagura)

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Kuniyoshi
45 Ishiyakushi: Minamoto Yoshitsune

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Kuniyoshi
46 Shōno: Sasaki Shirō Takatsuna

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Hiroshige
47 Kameyama: Woman Dreaming of Omatsu, Gennojō, and Sodesuke

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Hiroshige
48 Seki: Priest Ikkyū and the Hell Courtesan (Jigoku-dayū)

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Hiroshige
49 Sakanoshita: The Origin of the Suzuka Shrine on Mount Suzuka (Suzukayama Suzuka no jinja no yurai)

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Kuniyoshi
50 Tsuchiyama: General Tamura and the Demon of the Suzuka Mountains

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Kuniyoshi
51 Minakuchi: The Story of Ōiko

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Kuniyoshi
52 Ishibe: Woman with Toothbrush

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Kuniyoshi
53 Kusatsu: Tawara Tōda and the Dragon Woman (Ryūjo)

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Kuniyoshi
54 Ōtsu: Tosa Matabei and His Wife

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Hiroshige
54 Ōtsu

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Hiroshige
55 Kyoto: View from the Great Bridge at Sanjō (Sanjō Ōhashi)