ANDO HIROSHIGE
EDWARD F. STRANGE: THE COLOUR-PRINTS OF HIROSHIGE


CATALOGUE - GENERAL SERIES

Koto Meisho. Views of Yedo. Chuban Yokoye. 10 sheets in a set. Publisher, Kikakudo.
Nihon-bashi Setchu. Clearing Weather after Snow at Nihon-bashi.
Shiba Atagoyama. Atagoyama Hill, Shiba.
Ryogoku-no Hanabi. Fireworks, Ryogoku.
Uyeno-no Hanazakari. Cherry-blossoms at Uyeno.
Takanawa-no Yukei. Twilight scene at Takanawa.
Shiba Shinmei Sairei. Festival of the Shinmei Shrine.
Shiba Zojoji-no dzu. Shiba Zojoji Temple.
Yoshiwara Yozakura. Evening Cherry-blossoms, Yoshiwara.
Nichomachi Kaomise. Play-hall, Nichomachi.

Koto Shokei. Views of Yedo. A set of 8. Publisher, Kawasho. Oban Yokoye.
Yoroi-no Watashi. Ferry-boat at Yoroi.
Shiba Shinsenza-no dzu. Shinsenza Street, Shiba.
Toranomon Soto-no dzu. Outside the Toranomon Gate.
Ohashi Nakasu-no dzu. Boat sailing along Nakasu.
Sakurada Soto-no dzu. Outside the Sakurada Gate.
Hibiya Soto-no dzu. Outside the Hibiya Gate.
Yamashita Gomon-no Uchi. Inside the Yamashita Gate.
Sumida-gawa Hashiba Watashi-no dzu. Sumida River, Ferry Landing.

Honcho Meisho. Famous Sights of the Main Island. A set of 15. Publisher, Fujihiko, or Matsubarado. Oban Yokoye.
Sunshu Fujikawa Tosen-no dzu. Fujikawa River, ferry boats.
Sunshu Kiyomi ga Seki. Kiyomiga Seki Beach.
Sesshu Nunobiki-no Taki. Nunobiki Waterfall.
Yenshu Akihasan. Approach to the Akiha Temple.
Satta Fuji. Fuji Yama viewed from Satta Pass.
Soshu Shichirigahama. Shichirigahama Beach.
Soshu Enoshima Iwaya-no dzu. The entrance of a cave at Enoshima Island.
Shinshu Sarashina Tagoto-no Tsuki. Reflected moon on paddy-fields at Sarashina.
Sanshu Horaiji Gyojagoi. Men climbing a cliff at Horaiji, Mikawa Province.
Osaka Tenpozan. Merrymaking on board a boat at Tenpozan, Osaka.
Hakone Tojiba-no dzu. Watering-place at Hakone.
Bushu Kanazawa Fukei. Sights of Kanazawa, Musashi Province.
Ama-no Hashidate. One of the three famous scenes of Japan.
Settshu Sumiyoshi Demi-no hama. Sumiyoshi Beach at Demi.
Banshu Maiko-no hama. Maiko Beach, Harima Province.

Naniwa Meisho Dzuye. Views including gay quarters of Naniwa (ancient name of Osaka which is now used only in poems). A set of 10. Publisher, Yeisendo Oban Yokoye.
Anryu machi Naniwaya no Matsu. Famous pine at Naniwaya, Anryu machi.
Imamiya Toka Ebisu. Ebisu Shrine, a festival.
Junkei machi Yomise-no dzu. Night stalls on Junkei Street.
Zakoba Uoichi-no dzu. Fish-market at Zakoba.
Dojima Kome Akinai. Rice-market at Dojima.
Sumiyoshi Gyoden-no Saishiki Dengaku-no dzu. Sacred Dance at the Sumiyoshi Shrine.
Tenjinyama. Tenjin Shrine.
Dotonbori. Pleasure resort.
Kukencho. Gay street.
Shinmachi Hachikenya. River boat landing-place.

Kanazawa Hakkei. Eight Views of Kanazawa. Publisher, Koshihei. Oban Yokoye.
Koizumi-no yau. Evening Rain at Koizumi.
Seto Shugetsu. Autumnal Moon at Seto.
Uchikawa Bosetsu. Evening Snow at Uchikawa.
Hirakata-no Rakugan. Geese Flying Down at Hirakata.
Nojima-no Yusho. Sunset at Nojima.
Ottomo-no Kihan. Boats sailing back at Ottomo.
Susaki-no Seiran. Clearing Weather at Susaki.
Shomyoji-no Bansho. Vesper Bells at the Shomyoji Temple.

Shokoku Mu-Tamagawa. Six Rivers named Tamagawa in the various provinces. Publisher, Tsutaya. Oban Yokoye.
Note:- These six rivers named Tamagawa are noted not for their size but for their popular poetical associations. This series comes next to the foregoing Eight Views of Kanazawa in splendour.
Settsu Kinuta-no Tamagawa. Two women pounding cloth by the stream in the moonlight at Kinuta.
Musashi Chofu-no Tamagawa.
Yamashiro Ide-no Tamagawa.
Mutsu Node-no Tamagawa.
Omi Noji-no Tamagawa.
Kii Koya-no Tamagawa.

Nihon Minato Zukushi. Famous Harbours of Japan. A set of 10. Publisher, Marusei. Oban Yokoye.
Soshu Uraga. Uraga in snow; now famous for the visit by Commodore Perry's expedition.
Toto, Nakasu Mitsumata.
Osaka, Ajikawa guchi.
Choshu, Shimonoseki.
Yedo, Teppozu.
Toto, Yedo-bashi.
Sunshu, Shimizu Minato.
Toto, Shinagawa.
Sanshu, Marugame.
Banshu, Muronotsu.

Toto Meisho. Famous Views of Yedo. Publisher, Kawasho. Oban Yokoye.

Toto Meisho. Famous Views of Yedo. Publisher, Matsubarado, Chu-tanzaku.

Toto Meisho. Famous Views of Yedo. Publisher, Fujihiko. Chu-tanzaku.
Asakusa Kinryuzanka-no Uchu. Asakusa Temple by the side of the Sumida in rain.
Nihonbashi-no Setchu. Nihon-bashi; Sunrise after Snow.
Asukayama Shita. View of Rice-fields at the foot of Asukayama.
Ryogoku-no Hanabi. Fireworks at Ryogoku.
Matsuchiyama-no Yukihare. Snow-mantled view of Matsuchiyama in Clearing Weather.
Tsukudajima-no Oborozuki. Tsukudajima Isle in the Moonlight.
Uyeno Kiyomizudo. Kiyomidzu Temple at Uyeno.
Sumidagawa-no Watashi. Ferry-boats on the Sumida.
Susaki Shiohigari. Shell-gathering at Susaki.
Shinobazu-no Ike. Benten Shrine in Shinobazu Pond.
Umeyashiki-no Manka. Plum Garden.
Aoizaka. Scene at Aoizaka.
Ochanomizu. Rivulets running far below cliffs at Ochanomizu.
Kameido-no Fuji-no Hana. Wistaria at Kameido.
Setchu Shinobazu-no Ike. Shinobazu Pond in Snow.

Shiba Hakkei. Eight Views of Shiba, Yedo. Publisher, Echizenya. Oban Yokoye.
Gotenyama-no Rakugan. Geese flying down at Gotenyama.
Akabane-no Yau. Evening Rain at Akabane.
Takanawa-no Kihan. Boats sailing back at Takanawa.
Atagoyama-no Bosetsu. Evening Snow at Atago Shrine.
Tamachi-no Shugetsu. Autumn Moon at Tamachi.
Shinmei-no Yusho. Sunset at Shinmei Shrine.
Shirokane-no Seiran. Weather clearing at Shirokane.
Sanyenzan-no Bansho. Vesper Bells at Sanyenzan Temple.

Toto Meisho Sumidagawa Hakkei. Eight Views of the Sumida in Yedo. Publisher, Sanoki. Aiban Yokoye.
Mimeguri-no Bosetsu. Evening Snow at Mimeguri Shrine.
Masaki-no Yau. Evening Rain at Masaki.
Mokuboji Shugetsu. Autumn Moon at Mokuboji Temple.
Imado-no Yusho. Sunset at Imado.
Matsuchiyama-no Seiran. Weather clearing at Matsuchiyama.
Kinryuzan-no Bansho. Vesper Bells at Kinryuzan (Asakusa Temple).
Azumabashi-no Kihan. Boats sailing back at Azumabashi.
Hashiba-no Rakugan. Geese flying down at Hashiba.

Yedo Komei Kwaitei Dzukushi. Grand series of Famous Tea-houses in Yedo. A set of 30. Publisher, Fujihiko. Oban Yokoye.
Note:- The names of the tea-houses are given in brackets.
Mokuboji Yukimi. Mokuboji in Snow. (Uyekiya.)
Yanagi-bashi Yakei. Evening Scene at Yanagi-bashi. (Manpachi.)
Susaki Hatsuhinode. Snow at Susaki in the first sunrise of the year. (Musahiya.)
Shiba Shinmeisha Uchi (Shatetsu-ro).
Imadobashi-no dzu (Tama-Sho).
Nihon-bashi (Kashiwagi).
Ryogoku (Aoyagi).
Asakusa Kaminarimon Mae (Kameya)
Ryogoku Yanagibashi (Ono).
Ikeno Hata (Horai-ya).
Honjo Komme (Ogura-an).
Daisenji Mae (Tagawa-ya).
Hakusan Keiseiga Kubo (Daisen).
Kameido Uramon (Tama-ya).
Yanagishima-no dzu (Hashimoto).
Oji (Ogi-ya).
Yushima (Matsu Kane-ya).
Ryogoku Yanagi-bashi (Umegawa).
Shinyoshiwara Yemonzaka Nihon-zutsumi (Harima-ya).
Mukojima-no dzu (Hira-Iwa).
Fukagawa Hachiman Keidai (Niken Jya-ya).
Shitaya Hirokoji (Oike).
Fukagawa Hachiman Mae (Ushio-mura).
Ryogoku Yanagi-bashi (Kawachi-ya).
Ushijima (Musashi-ya).
Mukojima (Daikoku-ya).
San-ya (Yaozen).
Mimeguri-no Kei (Toyoha-ya).
Sumidagawa Hashiba Watashi dzu (Yanagi-ya).
Zoshigaya-no dzu (Myoga-ya)

Kokon Joruri Dzukushi. Grand series of Old and New Dramatic Songs. A set of not less than 15. Publisher, Sanoki. Engraver, Fusajiro.
Chushingura Hachidamme.
Chushingura Sandamme Michiyuki.
Gonpachi Yume-no Dan.
Karukaya Somon Tsukushi-no Iyetsuto.
Chushin Koshaku Yukifuri-no Dan.
Himekomatsu Nenohi Asobi Shima Monogatari.
Seishu Akogigaura Hamabe.
Somemoyo Imose-no Kadomatsu.
Katsuragawa Renri-no Shigarami Michiyuki.
Sekinoto-no Shita.
Hiragana Seisuike.
Meiboku Sendaihagi.
Yoshitsune Senbon Zakura.
Kagamiyama Kokyo-no Nishikiye.
Keisei Koibiaku Ninokuch Mura.

Toto Kyuseki Dzukushi. Yedo in Legend and History. A Series. Publisher, Wakasaya. Oban Tateye.

Chushingura. The Drama of the 47 Ronin. A set of 15. Publisher, Izumiya Ichi, Shiba, Yedo (Senichi). Oban Yokoye.

Soga Monogatari Dzuye. The Story of the Revenge of the Soga Brothers. A set of (?) 36. Publisher, Dansendo. Oban Tateye.

Toto Hakkei. Eight Views of Yedo. Publisher, Fujikei. Chuban Yokoye.
Margins outside the border of each print are coloured light green.
Nihon-bashi-no Yau. Evening Rain at Nihon-bashi.
Asakusa-no Bosetsu. Evening Snow at Asakusa.
Ryogoku-no Yusho. Sunset at Ryogoku with Fireworks
Uyeno-no Bansho. Vesper Bells at Uyeno.
Takanawa-no Kihan. Boats sailing back at Takanawa.
Susaki-no Seiran. Weather clearing at Susaki.
Sumidagawa-no Shugetsu. Autumn Moon above the Sumida.
Shinobazu-no Rakugan. Geese Homing at Shinobazu.