Famous Views of the Provinces (1820s-1842)
Views of the Provinces (early 1840s)
Harimaze Pictures of the Provinces (1852)
Untitled Series of Views of the Provinces (1854)


Famous Views of the Provinces
Shokoku Meisho

Date: 1820s-1842
Publisher: Aritaya Seiemon (Arisei), Yūeidō
Format: Quarter ōban
Number of Prints: 19/?


Enoshima in Sagami Province (Sōshū Enoshima)


Hot Springs in Hakone (Hakone Tōjiba)


Idemihama Beach at Sumiyoshi in Settsu Province (Settsu Sumiyoshi Idemihama)


Ikaho Hotspring in Kōzuke Province (Jōshū Ikaho Yumuro)


Kanazawahakkei in Musashi Province (Bushū Kanazawahakkei)


Kiyomizudera Temple in Kyoto (Keishi Kiyomizudera)


Koganei in Musashi Province (Bushū Koganei)


Maikohama Beach in Harima Province (Banshū Maikohama)


Mihogaura in Suruga Province (Sunshū Mihogaura)


Moon in Paddy Fields at Sarashima in Shinano Province (Shinshū Sarashina Tagoto no Tsuki)


Okuno-in near Mt. Haruna in Kōzuke Province (Jōshū Harunasan Oku no In)


Plum Garden at Sugita in Musashi Province (Bushū Sugita Baien)


Shichirigahama Beach in Sagami Province (Sōshū Shichirigahama)


Suwa Lake in Shinshū Province (Shinshū Suwako)


Tama River in Musashi Province (Bushū Tamagawa no Zu)


The Togetsu Bridge at Arashiyama in Kyoto (Kyō Arashiyama Togetsukyō)


Tone River in Shimōsa Province (Shimōsa Tonegawa)


View of Matsushima in Michinoku Province (Michinoku Matsushima Fūkei)


View of Mt. Tenpōzan in Naniwa (Naniwa Tempōzan Fūkei)


Views of the Provinces
Shokoku Meisho

Date: early 1840s
Publisher: Yamaguchiya Tōbei, Kinkōdō, Shunkindō
Format: Horizontal ōban
Number of Prints: 1/?
References: Memorial Catalogue


Cherry Blossoms at Koganeibashi Bridge, Mount Fuji in Suruga Province and Monkey Bridge in Kai Province (Buyō Koganeibashi, Suruga Fujikawa no kei, Kōyō sarubashi no zu)


Harimaze Pictures of the Provinces
Kunizukushi harimaze zue

Date: 1852
Publisher: Fujiokaya Keijirō (Shōrindō)
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 18/18
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange


1 Yamashiro and Yamato Provinces


2 Kawachi, Settsu, and Isumi Provinces


3 Ise, Shima, and Iga Provinces


4 Mikawa, Owari, and Totomi Provinces


5 Suruga, Kai, and Izu Provinces


6 Sagami, Musashi, and Awa Provinces


7 Shimosa, Kazusa, and Hitachi Provinces


8 Mino, Omi, Shinano, and Hida Provinces


9 Dewa, Michinoku, Kotsuke, and Shimotsuke Provinces


10 Echizen, Wakasa, Kaga, and Noto Provinces


11 Echigo, Etchu, and Sado Provinces


12 Tango, Tajima, Tamba, and Inaba Provinces


13 Oki, Iwami, Hoki, and Izumo Provinces


14 Bizen, Mimasaka, Bitchu, and Harima Provinces


15 Nagato, Bingo, Aki, and Suo Provinces


16 Awaji, Kii, Iyo, Awa, Iyo, Sanuki, and Tosa Provinces


17 Bungo, Buzen, Chikuzen, Hizen, and Chikugo Provinces


18 Osumi, Hyuga, Higo, Satsuma, Tsushima, and Iki Provinces


Views of the Provinces

Date: early 1840s
Publisher: Tsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō)
Format: Ai-tanzaku
Number of Prints: 6/?


Distant View of Enoshima in Sagami Province (Sōshū Ensohima chōbō)


Hanging Silk Waterfall in Settsu Province (Sesshū Nunobiki no taki)


Matsuchiyama and the Sumida River in the Eastern Capital (Tōto Sumidagawa Matsuchiyama)


Mt. Arashi and the Ōi River in Kyoto (Kyō Arashiyama Ōigawa)

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The Monkey Bridge in Kai Province (Kai no Saruhashi)


Scenery of Seven-Mile Beach in Kamakura (Kamakura Shichiri-ga-hama fūkei)