CATALOGUE - TOTO MEISHO

Toto Meisho. Famous Sights of the Eastern Capital, Yedo (Tokyo).
Masaki Yukihare-no dzu. Clearing weather after snow at Masaki.
Ryogokubashi Noryo. People enjoying the evening cool and watching the display of fireworks, in boats at Ryogoku.
Fukagawa Tomigaoka Hachiman. Tomigaoka Hachiman Shrine, Fukagawa.
Kameido Umeyashiki-no dzu. Plum Garden, Kameido.
Shiba Atago Sanjo-no dzu. Top of Atago Hill, Shiba.
Asakusa Kinryuzan Toshinoichi Gunshu. Year-end Fair at Asakusa Park.
Meguro Fudo Mode. Pilgrims at the Fudo Shrine, Meguro.
Uyeno Shinobazu-no Ike. Shinobazu Pond, Uyeno.
Asukayama Hanami. Cherry-viewing party at Asukayama.
Takanawa-no Yukei. Twilight view of Takanawa.
Gohiakurakan Sazaido. The Sazaido containing the Five Hundred Images of Buddha.
Ochanomizu-no dzu. Scene of Ochanomizu.
Tagata-no Baba Sannomiya. Sanno Shrine, Tagata-no Baba.
Surugacho-no dzu. Surugacho Street.
Susaki Shichigari. Shell-gathering at Susaki at low ebb.
Gotenyama Yukyo. Picnic at Gotenyama.
Yushima Temmangu. Temman Shrine at Yushima.
Oji Inari-no Sha. Oji Inari Shrine.
Uyeno Toyeizan-no dzu. View of Toyeizan at Uyeno.
Shiba Zojoji-no dzu. Court of the Zojoji Temple, Shiba.
Shiba Akabanebashi-no dzu. Akabane Bridge, Shiba.
Kanda Myojin Higashizaka. Higashizaka leading to the precincts of the Kanda Myojin Shrine.
Matsuchiyama-no dzu. View of Matsuchiyama.
Tsukudajima Irifune-no dzu. Boats entering Tsukudajima.
Shiba Shimmei Keidai-no dzu. Precincts of the Shimmei Shrine, Shiba.
Nichomachi Shibai-no dzu. Theatre hall at Nichomachi.
Kameido Fuji-no Hana. Wistaria at Kameido.
Yanagishima Myokendo. The Myokendo Temple at Yanagishima.
Azuma-no Mori. Woods at Azuma.
Susaki Benten Keidai. Precincts of the Susaki Benten Shrine.
Shinobazu Benten Yashiro. Shinobazu Benten Shrine.
Sumida Tsutsumi Hanami-no dzu. Cherry-viewing parties on the banks of the Sumida.
Tsukiji Gomonzeki Sama. Tsukiji Monzeki Temple.
Takanawa-no dzu. View of Takanawa.
Nippori. View of Nippori.
Oji Takinogawa. View of Takinogawa.
Asakusa Kinryuzan Monmaye. The front gate of the Kinryuzan Temple, Asakusa.
Ekoin Keidai Sumo-no dzu. Wrestling matches in the precincts of the Ekoin.
Note :-The foregoing are from a series issued continuously from 1833 to 1843. First editions have the red stamp of the publisher Kikakudo ; later prints, a black stamp of Sanoki. Both represent the same firm, the former being the trade name, and the latter a short form of the publisher's personal name, Sanoya Kihei. The monogram, Sanoya, occurs elsewhere. Prints with the abbreviated form of the private name of this publisher are the later. All are Oban Yokoye in size.