KŌTO MEISHO. Views of Yedo. Chū-ban Yokoye.
10 Sheets in a Set. Published by Kikakudō
Mr. N. Shimizu
Nihonbashi Setchū, Clearing Weather after Snow at Nihonbashi.
Shiba Atagoyama, Atagoyama Hill, Shiba.
Ryōgoku no Hanabi, Fire-works, Ryōgoku.
Uyeno no Hanazakari, Cherry Blossoms at Uyeno.
Takanawa no Yukei, Twilight Scene at Takanawa.
Shiba Shiumei Sairei, Festival of the Shinmei Shrine.
Shiba Zōjōji no Zu, Shiva Zōjōji Temple.
Yoshiwara Yozakura, Evening Cherry Blossoms, Yoshiwara.
Nichōmachi Kaomise, Play Hall, Nichōmachi.
KŌTO SHŌKEI. Views of Yedo.
YOROI no WATASHI. Ferry Boat at Yoroi.
Mr. M. Uchida
SHIBA SHINSENZA no ZU. Shinsenza Street, Shiba.
Mr. S. Watanabe
TORANOMON SOTO no ZU. Outside the Toranomon Gate.
Mr. K. Hirakawa
OHASHI NAKASU no ZU. Boat Sailing along Nakasu.
In addition to the foregoing, the Kōto Shōkei Series published by
the Kawa-Shō contain the following sheets:
Sakurada Soto no Zu, Outside the Sakurada Gate.
Hibiya Soto no Zu, Outside the Hibiya Gate.
Yamashita Gomon no Uchi, Inside the Yamashita Gate.
Sumida-gawa Hashiba Watashi no Zu, Sumida River, Ferry Landing.
Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Kawa-Shō.
YEDO MEISHO no UCHI.
Famous Sights of the Capital, Yedo.
Fire-works at Ryōgoku Bridge. Partly Embellished with golden sand
effect. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.
Mr. Z. Kakuha
ZUTSUMI UCHŪ no SAKURA. Sumida River, Cherry Blossoms in Spring
Rain. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.
Mr. Kinbei Murata
HONCHO MEISHO. Famous Sights of the Main Island.
SUNSHŪ FUJIKAWA TOSEN no ZU.
Fujikawa River, Ferry Boats. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Fujihiko
Mr. Y. Murakami
SUNSHŪ KIYOMI GA SEKI. Kiyomiga Seki Beach, Ō-ban
Yokoye. Published by Fujihiko.
Mr. S. Sakai
SESSHŪ NUNOBIKI no TAKI. Nunobiki Cascade. Ō-ban
Yokoye. Published by Fujihiko.
Mr. H. Shugio
Approach to the Akiha Temple. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Matsubaradō
Besides the above, this series contains the following eleven sheets:
Satta Fuji, Fuji Yama Viewed from Satta Pass.
Sōshū Shichirigahama, Shichirigahama Beach.
Sōshū Enoshima Iwaya no Zu, View of the Entrance of a Cave at Enoshima
Shinshū Sarashina Tagoto no Tsuki, Reflected moon on Paddy fields
Sanshū Hōraiji Gyōjagoi, Men Climbing a Cliff at Hōraiji, Mikawa
Ōsaka Tenpōzan, Merry-making on Board a Boat at Tenpōzan, Osaka.
Hakone Tōjiba no Zu, Watering-Place at Hakone.
Bushū Kanazawa Fūkei, Sights of Kanazawa, Musashi Province.
Ama no Hashidate, One of the Three Sceneries of Japan.
Settshū Sumiyoshi Demino hama, Sumiyoshi Beach at Demi.
Banshū Maiko no hama, Maiko Beach, Harima Province.
Mr. M. Uchida
Views including gay quarters of
Naniwa (ancient name of Osaka which is now used only in poems).
ANRYŪ MACHI NANIWAYA no MATSU.
Famous Pine at Naniwaya, Anryū machi.
Besides the above, the Naniwa Meisho contains the following nine sheets, making a set of ten.
lmamiya Tōka Ebisu, Ebisu Shrine, Festival.
Junkei machi Yomise no Zu, Night Stalls on Junkei Street.
Zakoba Uoichi no Zu, Fish Market at Zakoba.
Dōjima home Akinai, Rice Market at Dōjima.
Sumiyoshi Gyoden no Saishiki Dengaku no Zu, Sacred Dance at the Sumiyoshi Shrine.
Tenjinyama, Tenjin Shrine.
Dōtonbori, Pleasure Resort.
Kukenchō, Gay Street.
Shinmachi Hachikenya, River Boat Landing.
Famous Views of Kyōto;
NANIWA MEISHO. Famous Views of Naniwa
(Poetic name of Ūsaka) ;
TŌTO MEISHO. Famous Views of Yedo.
Yokoye, one eighth
of Ō-ban in Size. Under these three titles there are twenty-eight
sheets. Published by Yeisendō.
Mr. J. S. Happer
HIZAKURIGE DOCHŪ SUZUME. Humorous Adventures
of Two Travellers on the Tōkaidō in the famous Yajikita Story.
MATSUNAMIKI. The Travellers Along a Row of Pine. Ō-ban
Yokoye. Published by Kōshodō
another name Tsutaya-Jūzaburō.
This series is also called Dōchū Hizakurige. In drawing these pictures,
the scenes of the Tōkaidō were picked up at irregular intervals
as far as the terminus of Kyōto. Only seven of them are known.
Mr. T. Suzuki
YOSHITSUNE ICHIDAIKI NO UCHI. Life
of Yoshitsune, the Famous Warrior.
NIKWAI KURAMA KENPŌ WO MANABU. This is the second print of the
series, Yoshitsune in boyhood Studying Fencing Under Tengu at Kurama
Yama. Ōban Yokoye. Published by Senkakudō
This series is also called Yoshitsune lchidai Zuye and consists
of ten sheets.
Mr. T. Maeda
Drama of the Forty-Seven Rōnin. Ō-ban Yokoye.
16 Sheets in a Set. Published by Senichi.
See Plate 37 with two illustrations No. 83 (
11th Acts). *
Chūshingura 5th Act: Murder
at a Lonely Country Road, Yamazaki. *
Chūshingura 11th Act: Rōnin crossing the Bridge at Night in Snow.
Mr. Y. Nakagawa
SHIJŪ SHICHI KI YOUCHI. Rōnin on Ryōgoku Bridge Returning
in Triumph from their Attack on the Enemy's Residence. Yokoye
Sanmai-tsuzuki. (A composition consisting of three lateral
plates). Published by Sanoki.
Mrs. Y. Yamamoto
ONNA GIŌRETSU TAKANAWA NO ZU. Procession of Women at Takanawa.
Same Size as No. 84. Published by Kikakudō.
Mr. S. Mizutani