Feel free to mail me at with your comments. Obviously replace _at_ with the obvious and if you include the word 'hiroshige' in the subject line I'm less likely to delete your message with the spam.

Please note that I am an enthusiast rather than an expert; I have no Japanese; I don't work in the art business and I don't have any specialist art history training but I do try to make sure that all the information I publish comes from reputable, published sources. Please read the following FAQs and maybe they will answer your questions.

Where can I buy a Hiroshige print?
Hans Olof Johannsen's site: A guide to the Ukiyo-e Sites on the Internet has links to a large number of commercial galleries specialising in Japanese woodblock prints (scroll down the page for the galleries).

How do I get a print valued?
All I can suggest is to take it to a reputable dealer who specialises in 19th century Japanese art. If you live in or near to a major city try taking it to a public gallery which has a substantial Asian art collection and see if they can help. A large auction house should be able to value your print. Hans Olof Johannsen's site A guide to the Ukiyo-e Sites ot the Internet has links to many dealers (scroll down the page for the galleries).

Can you identify this print for me?
If it is not on the site, probably not.