The known series of large prints of views of Edo catalogued by J Noel Chiappa.
Famous Places in Edo
Famous Places in the Bay Capital
Famous Places in the Eastern Capital
 
Narrow format prints
Fan Prints
 
Twelve Views of Edo (1831-2)
Famous Views of the Eastern Capital (1834)
Famous Restaurants of Edo (1838-40)
Views of Edo (Ebangire, ~1839)
Ancient Sites of the Eastern Capital (1843-47)
Famous Historic Sites of Edo (1843-47)
Famous Places in Edo with Chapters from the Tale of Genji (~1845)
Eight Views of the Eastern Capital (1845-6)
Twelve Views of Edo (1847-52)
Five Elements in Famous Places of Edo (1847-52)
Eight Snows Scenes in the Eastern Capital (1847/1928)
Harimaze of Famous Places in Edo (Harimaze 1852)
Famous Places and Annual Events of the Eastern Capital (1854)
Harimaze Pictures of Famous Places in Edo (Harimaze 1857)
Twelve Snow Scenes of the Eastern Capital


Twelve Views of Edo
Edo jūnikei
江戸十二景

Date: 1831-2
Publisher: Kansendo
Format: Quarter aiban
Number of Prints: 12/12
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, van Vleck (p.125)

These images were printed four to an aiban sheet.

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Low Tide at Susaki (Susaki no shiohi)

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Shinobazu Pond at Ueno (Ueno shinobazu)

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Asuka Hill (Asukayama)

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Cherry Trees at Goten Hill (Gotenyama no hana)

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Rice Fields by the Yoshiwara (Yoshiwara no tambo)

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Takanawa (Takanawa)

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Below Dōkan Hill (Dōkanyama shita)

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Clear Weather after Snow at Nihon Bridge (Nihonbashi jukibare)

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Tsukuda Island (Tsukudajima)

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Evening Cool at Ryōgoku (Ryōgoku nōryō)

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Sumida River (Sumidagawa)

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View of Nakazu (Nakazu no kei)

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Famous Views of the Eastern Capital
Tōto Meisho

Date: ~1834
Publisher: Sanoya Kihei (Sanoki) Kikakudō
Format: Chūban
Number of Prints: 6/?

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Azumabashi Bridge (Azumabashi)

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Mt. Asuka (Asukayama)

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Ryōgoku Bridge (Ryōgokubashi)

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Susaki (Susaki)

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Takanawa (Takanawa)

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Yoshiwara (Yoshiwara)


Famous Restaurants of Edo
Edo kōmei kaitei zukushi
江戸高名会亭尽

Date: 1838-40
Publisher: Fujihiko
Format: Horizontal ōban
Number of Prints: 30/30
References: Memorial Catalogue, Strange, van Vleck (p.113)

Thanks to Olivier Baumann for originally supplying images of most of these prints.


Ryōgoku: The Aoyagi Restaurant (Ryōgoku, Aoyagi)


Courtesans Viewing Cherry Blossoms at Horaitei Restaurant in Ikenohata (Ikenohata seiro hanami no yasumi, Horaitei)


Yanagiya Restaurant Crossing the Sumida River at Hashiba (Sumidagawa Hashiba Watashi Zu, Yanagi-ya)


Tea-house at the Willow Bridge (Ryogoku Yanagibashi)


Ushijima: The Musashiya Restaurant (Ushijima, Musashiya)


Night View of Yanagi Bridge: The Manpachi Restaurant (Yanagi-bashi yakei, Manpachi)


Ono Restaurant at Yanagibashi in Ryugoku (Ryugoku Yanagibashi, Ono)


Ōji: The Ōgiya Restaurant (Ōji, Ōgiya)


Koume in Honjo: The Ogura-an Restaurant (Honjo Koume, Ogura-an)


In Front of Daion-ji Temple: The Tagawaya Restaurant (Daion-ji mae, Tagawaya)


Snow Viewing at Mokubo-ji Temple: The Uekiya Restaurant (Mokubo-ji yukimi, Uekiya)


Back Gate of the Shrine at Kameido: The Tamaya Restaurant (Kameido uramon, Tamaya)


Yanagibashi Bridge in Ryōgoku: The Umegawa Restaurant (Ryōgoku Yanagibashi, Umegawa)


Zōshigaya: The Myōgaya Restaurant (Zōshigaya no zu, Myōgaya)


Yushima: The Shōkintei Restaurant (Yushima, Shōkintei)


View of Mukōjima: The Hiraiwa Restaurant (Mukōjima no zu, Hiraiwa)


San'ya: The Yaozen Restaurant (San'ya, Yaozen)


On the Grounds of the Shinmei Shrine in Shiba: The Shatetsurō Restaurant (Shiba Shinmei shanai, Shatetsurō)


Nihon Embankment at Emonzaka in the New Yoshiwara: The Harimaya Restaurant (Shin Yoshiwara Emonzaka Nihon-zutsumi, Harimaya)


Mukōjima: The Daishichi Restaurant (Mukōjima, Daishichi)


Precincts of the Hachiman Shrine at Fukagawa: The Double Teahouse (Fukagawa Hachiman keidai, Nikenjaya)


In Front of the Hachiman Shrine at Fukagawa: The Hirasei Restaurant (Fukagawa Hachiman mae, Hirasei)


The Mankin Restaurant in the Keiseigakubo Section of the Shirayama District of Asakusa (Hakusan Keiseiga Kubo, Daisen)


Sunrise on New Year's Day at the Musashiya Restaurant in Susaki (Susaki hatsu hinode, Musashiya)


The Tamasho Restaurant in Imado Bridge (Imadobashi no Zu, Tamasho)


The Hashimoto Restaurant at Yanagishima (Yanagishima no Zu, Hashimoto)


Teahouse at Hirokōji (Shitaya Hirokōji, Oike)


Dewaya and a View of Mimeguri (Mimeguri no Kei, Toyoha-ya)


Kameya in front of the Kaminarimon Gate (Asakusa Kaminarimon Mae, Kameya)


Kashiwagi at Yorozuchō in Nihonbashi (Nihonbashi, Kashiwagi)


Views of Edo
江戸近郊名所

Date: ~1839
Format: Ebangire (half ō-ōban)
Number of Prints: 12/?


Azuma Grove (Azuma-no-mori)


Bush-clover Temple (Hagi-dera)


Mouth of the Naka River (Nakagawa-guchi no zu)


Red Maple Leaves at Kaian-ji Temple (Kaian-ji kōyō)


Salt Beach at Gyōtoku (Gyōtoku shiohama no zu)


Snowy Morning In Susaki (Susaki yuki no asa)


Takada Riding Grounds (Takada baba)


Tamagawa Village (Tamagawa no sato)


View of Goten-yama (Goten-yama no zu)


View of Koganei (Koganei no kei)


Village of Matsudo (Matsudo no sato)


Yūhi-ga-oka


Ancient Sites of the Eastern Capital
Tōto Kyūseki Zukushi
東都旧跡尽

Date: 1845-46
Publisher: Wakasaya Yoichi (Wakayo) Jakurindō
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 10/?


Ancient View of Kasumigaseki (Kasumigaseki no Kozu)


The Old Story of Azuma-no-mori (Azuma-no-mori no koji)


The Old Story of Otama's Pond in Kanda (Kanda Otama-ga-ike no koji)


The Old Story of the Village of Kerria Roses in Takada (Takada yamabuki no sato, koji )


The Sumida River: The Old Story of the Capital Birds (Sumidagawa, miyakodori no koji)


Mokubo-ji Temple: The Story of Umewaka (Mokubo-ji, Umewaka no yurai)


Kinryūzan Temple in Asakusa: The Story of the Kannon Image (Asakusa Kinryūzan, Kanzeon yurai)


The Lonely House at Asajigahara: The Story of the Stone Pillow (Asajigahara hitotsuya, ishi no makura no yurai)




Famous Historic Sites of Edo
Edo Meisho Koseki Den

Date: ~1843-47
Publisher: Fujiokaya Hikotarō (Fujihiko) Shōgendō
Number of Prints: 4/?


The Origins of Hiyoku Burial Mound in Meguro (Meguro Hiyokuzuka no Yurai)


The Origins of Kagami Pond, Robe-Hanging Pine and Uneme Burial Mound (Kagamigaike, Koromo Kake Matsu, Uneme Zuka no Yurai)


The Origins of Otamagaike Pond in Kanda (Kanda Otamagaike no Yurai)


The Origins of Tanzen Roppō (Tanzen Roppō no Wake)


Famous Places in Edo with Chapters from the Tale of Genji
Edo Murasaki meisho Genji

Date: ~1845
Publisher: Marukyu
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 5/?
References: Memorial Catalogue


Evening Moon at Takanawa from the Akashi Chapter (Takanawa no Yūzuki Mitate Akashi)


Ferry on the Sumida River from the Ukifune Chapter (Sumidagawa no watashi)


Gathering Shells at Low Tide at Susaki from the Suma Chapter (Suzaki shiohigari)


The Plum Garden at Kameido from the Umegae Chapter (Mitate Umegae, Kameido umeyashiki)


(Gotenyama hanami)


Eight Views of the Eastern Capital
Tōto hakkei

Date: 1845-46
Publisher: Fujiokaya Hikotarō (Shōgendō)
Format: Horizontal chūban
Number of Prints: 8/8
References:


Twilight Snow at Asakusa (Asakusa no bosetsu)


Night Rain at Nihonbashi Bridge (Nihonbashi no yau)


Autumn Moon on the Sumida River (Sumidagawa no shūgetsu)


Evening Bell at Ueno (Ueno no banshō)


Returning Sails at Takanawa (Takanawa no kihan)


Descending Geese at Shinobazu Pond (Shinobazu no rakugan)


Sunset Glow at Ryōgoku Bridge (Ryōgoku no yūshō)


Clearing Weather at Susaki (Susaki no seiran)


Twelve Views of Edo
Edo jūni kei
江戸十二景

Date: 1847-52
Format: Horizontal yotsugiri (quarter ōban)
Number of Prints: 12/12


Clearing Weather on the Sumida River (Sumidagawa seiran)


Descending Geese at Asuka Hill (Asukayama rakugan)


Evening Bell at Asakusa (Asakusa banshō)


Red Maple Leaves at Kaian-ji Temple (Kaian-ji kōyō )


Sunset Glow at Ryogoku Bridge (Ryōgoku yūshō)


Twilight Snow on Shinobazu Pond (Shinobazu bosetsu)


Five Elements in Famous Places of Edo
Edo meisho gosho

Date: 1847-52
Publisher: Kikakudo
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 5/5


Water of Kameido (Kameido no mizu)


Wood of the Cherry Trees on the Sumida Embankment (Sumida-zutsumi sakura no ki)


Water and Metal (Kameido no mizu, Uenoji no kane)


 


 


Eight Snow Scenes in the Eastern Capital
Tōto Yukimi Hakkei

Date: Drawn in 1847, printed in 1928
Publisher: Satō Shōtarō
Format: Horizontal ōban
Number of Prints: 8/8
References: J Noel Chiappa


Daybreak After A Snowfall at Susaki (Susaki Yuki no Asa)


Kinryūzan Temple in Asakusa District (Asakusa Kinryūzan)


Night Snow at Takanawa (Takanawa Yoru no Yuki)


Snow In Grounds of Fudō Shrine At Meguro (Meguro Fudō Keidai)


Street View, Looking Down The Kasumigaseki After A Snowfall (Kasumigaseki no Yuki Agari)


Tōeizan Temple and Shinobazu Pond, Ueno (Ueno Tōeizan Shinobazu ike)


Twilight View of The Snow Clad Ryōgoku Bridge (Ryōgoku Yuki no Yūgure)


View From The Sumida River Embankment (Sumidagawa Tsutumi no Kei)


Harimaze of Famous Places in Edo
Harimaze Edo meisho

Date: 1852
Publisher: Izumiya Ichibei (Izuichi) Kansendō
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 5/?


Five Vignettes of Edo


Five Vignettes of Edo


Five Vignettes of Edo


Five Vignettes of Edo


Five Vignettes of Edo


Famous Places and Annual Events of the Eastern Capital
Toto meisho nenchu gyoji

Date: 1854
Publisher: Maruya Kyūshirō (Marukyū)
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 12/12


Month One: New Year's Shrine Visit to Kameido


Month Two: Visit to Oji Shrine


Month Three: Plum Blossom Viewing Along the Sumida


Month Four: First Bonito of the Season at Nihonbashi


Month Five: River Carnival at Ryogoku


Month Six: Shrine Visit to Teppozu


Month Seven: The Twenty-sixth Night, Takanawa (Shitigatsu Takanawa Nijūroku Ya)


Month Eight: Fireworks at the Mukojima Garden


Month Nine: Three Shrines of Kanda Festival


Month Ten: Zoshigaya memorial ceremony


Month Eleven: Asakusa Tori-no-Ichi Fair


Month Twelve: Yearly Market at Kinryūzan Temple Gate, Asakusa (Jūnigatsu Asakusa Kinryūzan Toshi no Ichi)


Harimaze Pictures of Famous Places in Edo
Edo meisho harimaze zue

Date: 1857
Publisher: Yamadaya Shōjirō
Format: Vertical ōban
Number of Prints: 10/10
References: Memorial Catalogue , Strange


Benten Shrine at Susaki (Susaki Benten hokora) (TR)
Ochanomizu (BR)
Festival of the Shiba Shinmei Shrine (Shiba Shinmei matsuri) (BC)
Messenger of Bishamon at Mount Atago (Atagoyama Bishamon no tsukai) (L)


Fish Market at Nihonbashi (Nihonbashi) (R)
Cherry-blossom Viewing at Ueno (Ueno hanami) (TC)
Waterfall above the Fudō (Meguro Fudō jō taki) (TL)
Red Maple Leaves at Kaian-ji Temple (Kaian-ji kōfū) (BL)


Kinryūzan Temple at Asakusa (Asakusa Kinryūzan) (TR)
The Sumida River (Sumidagawa) (BR)
Flower Garden at Mukōjima (Mukōjima hanayashiki) (BL)
Mimeguri (TL)
The Gate of the Thunder God (Kaminarimon) (C)


Offering of Canola at the Kameido Tenjin Shrine (Kameido Tenjin natane no jinji) (R)
Carp of the Tone River (Tonegawa no koi) (TL)
Cherry Blossoms in Full Bloom at Goten-yama (Goten-yama manka) (BL)


Panoramic View from Asuka Hill (Asukayama chōbō) (T)
First Performance of the Day in Saruwaka-machi (Saruwaka-machi bandachi) (BR)
On the Embankment at Koganei (Koganei tsutsumi) (BL)


Shibaura (TR)
Imado (TL)
The Hachiman Shrine at Fukagawa (Fukagawa Hachiman) (BR)
New Year in the Yoshiwara (Yoshiwara seiyō) (BL)


Takanawa (TR)
Iris at the Village of Horikiri (Horikiri no sato hana shōbu) (TL)
Pool at the Three Forks of the River at Nakasu (Nakasu Mitsumata Wakarenofuchi) (B)


Waterfall River at Ōji (Ōji Taki-no-kawa) (TR)
Clamdigging at Shinagawa (Shinagawa shiohigari) (TL)
Suijin Wood and the Shrine at Massaki (Suijin no mori Massaki yashiro) (B)


Dancers in the Festival of Oji Shrine (L)
Ships Moored at Teppozu and Tsukuda Island (TR)
Stream at the Hagidera in Oshiage (BR)


Matsuchi Hill and Sanya Canal (TL)
Plums at Umeyashiki (BL)
Pleasure Boat at Ryogoku (R)


Twelve Snow Scenes of the Eastern Capital
Ginsekai Toto Ju-ni-kei

Date:
Publisher:
Format: Horizontal ōban
Number of Prints: 12/12
References: Albuquerque (573-584)
Albuquerque: Although signed Hiroshige Ga, only the first eleven were done by Hiroshige I; the twelfth was by Hiroshige II. Inscribed in the album which contained these 12 prints is the following: Since these are the famous lacquer paintings (urushi-e) of the venerable Hiroshige, please take good care of them with the greatest respect.


Toei-zan Temple


Benten Shrine


Kameido Tenjin Shrine


Morning at the Sakurada Gate


Moonlight on the Sumida River


Snow at Masaka


Snow Scene with Two Ladies


Morning at the Nihonbashi


Yushima Tenjin Shrine


Sunrise at Susaki


Morning at the Yoshiwara


Night-time at the Kinryūzan Temple, Asakusa [Hiroshige II]