CATALOGUE - GENERAL SERIES

Fuji Sanju Rokkei. The 36 Views of Mount Fuji. A set of 36. Publisher, Sanoki, in 1852. Chuban Yokoye.

Toto Ryogoku-bashi Shita.

Nihon-bashi.

Kinegawa Tanbo.

Oyama.

Sagamigawa.

Tanabata Matsuri.+

Yeitai-bashi, Tsukudajima.

Sagami Shichiriga Hama.

Konodai.

Surugadai.

Kazusa Tenjin-yama Kaigan.

Koganei-dzutsumi.

Omori Nawate.

Satta Toge.

Kai Suga-yama Ura.

Tago-no Ura.

Shinano Suwako.

Hakone-yama Kosui.

Suruga Fujinuma.

Kanagawa Kaijo.

Tamagawa.

Izu Kaihin.+

Fujikawa.

Toto Aoyama.

Inume Toge. +

Asukayama.

Sumida-dzutsumi.

Honmoku Kaijo.

Musashino.

Kisarazu Kaijo.

Chiyogasaki.

Yamashita-cho Gashi.

Nokogiri-yama. +

Suido-bashi.

Otsukihara. +

Kazusa Kanozan Toriizaki.

 

Sankai Mitate Zumo. Wrestling Matches between Mountains and Seas. "Where land and sea are locked as in a wrestler's bout." Ten each of Mountains and Harbours. Publisher, Yamadaya, in 1858 (Year of Horse). Oban Yokoye.

Mountains.

Harbours.

Bizen Yugayama.

Settsu Ajikawaguchi.

Echigo Kamewaritoge.

Kazusa Kisarazu.

Sanuki Zozuzan.

Harima Muronotsu.

Settsu Arimayama.

Bizen Tanokuchi.

Echizen Yunootoge.

Echizen Mikuni.

Awa Kiyozumiyama.

Echigo Niigata.

Kazusa Kanozan.

Etuchu Kokubu Minato.

Sagami Oyama.

Awa Kominato.

Harima Tatsuyama.

Sagami Uraga.

Etchu Tateyama. (This one only was
published by Marujin.)

Sanuki Marugame.

 

 

Letter-paper Series. A set of 12.
These are printed in surimono style, but were put on sale in the form of a roll consisting of 12 sheets to be used for writing letters. Almost all of these prints on letter-paper were used by nobles and dignitaries and men of taste, and consequently there now remain very few of them. Each of the 12 sheets is oblong, measuring 7½ in. by 20½ in. The prints bear no stamp of publisher, but by the proofs taken from key-blocks, now in existence, it has been made clear that they were published by the Wakasaya.

Giotoku Shiohama-no dzu.

Koganei-no Kei.

Tamagawa-no Sato.

Kaianji-no Momiji.

Gotenyama-no dzu.

Yuhiga Oka.

Matsudo-no Sato.

Azuma-no Mori.

Nakagawaguchi-no dzu.

Takata-no Baba.

Susaki Yuki-no Asa.

Hagidera.

 

 

Fuji Sanju Rokkei. The 36 Views of Mount Fuji. A set of 36 plates and title-page. Publisher, Tsutaya. Oban Tateye. Engraver, Horicho. Dated, Horse 4 (A.D. 1858)
Title-page.
Fuji from :-

1. Yasuda Beach.

19. Surugacho, Yedo.

2. The Bank of Sumida River, Yedo.

20. Tamagawa, Musashi.

3. Konodai on the River Tone.

21. Meguro, Yedo.

4. Shiwojiri-Toge, Shinano.

22. Zoshigaya, Yedo.

5. Ocha-no Mitzu, Yedo.

23. Asukayama, Yedo.

6. Shichirigahama, Sagami.

24. Satta Beach, Suruga.

7. Ichikoku-bashi (bridge), Yedo.

25. Miura, Sagami.

8. Lake Suwa, Shinano.

26. Enoshima, Sagami.

9. Misakagoye, Kai.

27. Hakone Lake, Sagami.

10. Koganei, Musashi.

28. Sukiyagashi, Yedo.

11. Noge, Yokohama, Musashi.

29. Oi River, Suruga.

12. Tokaido (Hidari Fuji).

30. Kuroto-no ura, Kazusa.

13. The Mountains in Izu.

31. Koganegahara, Shimosa.

14. Rokusozan, Kazusa.

32. Tsukuda, Yedo.

15. Hommoku, Musashi.

33. Inume Toge, Kai.

16. Ryogoku, Yedo.

34. Otsuki-no-hara, Kai.

17. Miwo-no Matsubara, Suruga.

35. Futami ga ura, Ise.

18. Sagami River, Sagami.

36. Koshigaya, Musashi.

Sumida Tsutsumi Yamiyo-no Sakura. Three women on the banks of the Sumida on a night in spring. Sammai-tsuzuki. Publisher, Iseichi.

Sumida-no Ryo Tsuki-no Yen. Three women enjoying a small feast in an upper room of a house on the banks of the Sumida under the full moon. Sammai-tsuzuki. Publisher, Marusei.

Mutsu Adachi Domeki-Yeki Hakkei-no Dzu. Eight views of Domekiyeki, Mutsu Province. Sammai-tsuzuki. Publisher, Yamato.