Tsuya Beauties in the Fashions of the Four Seasons (before 1830)
Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (1832-4)
Fashionable Genji (1853)
Snow, Moon and Flowers (1857)
Miscellaneous Triptychs


Tsuya Beauties in the Fashions of the Four Seasons
Imayō shiki no tsuya

Date: before 1830
Publisher: Daikokuya, Yotsuya
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
Number of Prints: 1/?
References: Memorial Catalogue (16), Strange


Autumn moon party
(Aki no bu, tsuka no yen)


Famous Places in the Eastern Capital
Tōto meisho

Date: 1832-34
Publisher: Tsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
Number of Prints: 17/?


Nihonbashi Bridge and the Fish Market (Nihonbashi shinkei, narabi ni uoichi zenzu)


Takanawa (Takanawa zenzu)


Tōei-zan Temple in Ueno (Ueno Tōei-zan zenzu)


Sumida River in the Snow (Sumidagawa zenzu, setchū kei)


Flower Viewing on Goten Hill (Gotenyama hanami shinagawa zenzu)


Zojoji Temple in Shiba (Shiba Shinmei Zōjōji zenzu)


Kasumigaseki (Kasumigaseki Zensu)


Ryogoku Bridge (Ryōgokubashi yūryō)


Kameido (Kameido tenmangū keidai zenzu)


Plum Viewing Pavilions of Kameido (Kameido Umeya)


Low Tide at Susaki and the Precincts of the Benzaiten Shrine (Susaki benzaiten kedai zenzu, dō kaikin shiohi no zu)


Shinizuno Pond (Ueno San'nōyama kiyomizukan'nondō hanami fu Shinobu no Ike zenzu Nakajima benzaiten-sha)


Kinryuzan Temple at Asakusa (Asakusa kinryūsan)


Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom in the Third Month along the Five Streets of the New Yoshiwara (Shin yoshiwara gokacho yayoi hanazakari zenzu)


Toyotori Shrine Asuka (Asukayama zenzu)


Eitai Bridge and the Reclaimed Land at Fukagawa


Precints of the Inari Shrine at Oji (Oji inari kedai zenzu)


Fashionable Genji
Fūryū Genji

Date: 1853
Publisher: Iseya Kanekichi
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
Number of Prints: 7/?
References: Strange
Landscape by Hiroshige and figures by Kunisada (Toyokuni III)


Akashi
(Akashi)


Snow View
(Yuki no nagame)


The Picture Contest; View of Sagano
(Eawase, Sagano fūkei)


Prince Genji in the Plum-blossom Gardens
Furyu Genji Sono-no Ume


The Night Garden
(Yoru no niwe)


A Fashionable Genji at Suma
(Fūryū Genji Suma)


Prince Genji and salt making on Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture


Snow, Moon and Flowers

Date: 1857
Publisher: Okazawaya Taheiji
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
Number of Prints: 3/3
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, Stewart
A set of three triptychs, often interpreted as representing the theme of Snow, Moon, and Flowers, with the whirlpools representing the flowers.


Mountain River on the Kiso Road
(Kisoji no yamakawa)


Eight Views of Kanazawa at Night
(Buyō Kanazawa hasshō yakei)


View of the Whirlpools at Awa
(Awa Naruto no fūkei)


Miscellaneous Triptychs


Snow Scene at Shinobazu Pond in Ueno
Ueno Shinobazu no ike yuki no kei
Date: 1848-49 Publisher: Jōshūya Kinzō
Format: Vertical ōban triptych


Fording the Ōi River
Ōikawa hokō watari
Date: 1853 Publisher: Fujiokaya Hikotarō (Shōgendō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych


Eastern Genji: The Garden in Snow
Azuma Genji yuki no niwa
Date: 1854 Publisher: Moriya Jihei (Kinshindō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
Landscape by Hiroshige with figures by Kunisada.


Pleasure Boats at Ryōgoku Bridge in the Eastern Capital
Tōto Ryōgoku yūsen no zu, sanmaitsuzuki
Date: 1832-34 Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych


The Moon Reflected in the Paddies at Sarashina in Shinano Province
Shinshū Sarashina tagoto no tsuki
Date: 1853 Publisher: Tsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych


View of Futamigaura
Futamigaura no zu
Date: 1847-52 Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Kikakudō)
Format: Vertical ōban triptych
From the series Famous Places in Ise (Ise meisho)


View of Tago Bay
Tago no Ura fūkei
Date: 1857 Publisher: Maruya Jinpachi (Marujin, Enjudō)
Landscape by Hiroshige and figures by Kunisada.


View of the Ferry at Rokugō
Rokugō watashiba no kei
Date: 1847-52 Publisher: Yamadaya Shōjirō
Format: Vertical ōban triptych