CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 103 TO 133
Titles with the mark solid diamond denote titles of the series while the mark open diamond denotes the sub-title. Those titles without any mark are the additions of the compiler of the catalogue.

 

 

 

Exhibitors

 

solid diamond

SHOKOKU MU-TAMAGAWA. Six Rivers named Tamagawa in the Various Provinces.

 

103.

open diamond

SETTSU KINUTA NO TAMAGAWA. Two women pounding cloth by the stream in the moonlight at Kinuta. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Tsutaya (japanese text).
These six rivers by the name of Tamagawa are noted not for their size but for their popular poetical associations. This series comes next to the above given Eight Views of Kanazawa in splendor. The other prints are:
open diamond Musashi Chōfu no Tamagawa.
open diamond Mutsu Node no Tamagawa.
open diamond Yamashiro Ide no Tamagawa.
open diamond Ōmi Noji no Tamagawa.
open diamond Kii Kōya no Tamagawa.

Mr. M. Uchida

104.

solid diamond

MU-TAMAGAWA. Six rivers named Tamagawa noted for poetical associations.
One sheet containing six prints. This is similar to No. 103 in design but far smaller in size, measuring only 5' X 14'. This is the central part of a minature screen with a print of birds and flowers on both sides.

Mr. S. Nemoto

 

solid diamond

KOKA MUTAMAGAWA. Six rivers named Tamagawa associated with famous old poems.

 

105.

open diamond

MUSASHI CHŌFU. A woman washing cloth by the stream at Chōfu, Musashi Province. Chū-tanzaku.

Mr. T. Suzuki

 

 

DO.

 

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open diamond

SETTSU KINUTA. Two women pounding cloth under a pine tree in the moonlight at Kinuta. These are two of the six sheets making a set. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Kawashō.

 

 

solid diamond

NIHON MINATO ZUKUSHI. Famous Harbours of Japan.

 

106.

open diamond

SŌSHŪ URAGA, Uraga in Snow; now famous for the visit by Commodore Perry's expedition. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Marusei. This and the following nine prints make a set:

Mr. S. Watanabe

 

 

open diamond Tōto, Nakasu Mitsumata.
open diamond Yedo, Teppōzu.
open diamond Tōto, Shinagawa.
open diamond Ōsaka, Ajikawa guchi.
open diamond Tōto, Yedobashi.
 

open diamond Sanshū, Marugame.
open diamond Chōshū, Shimonoseki.
open diamond Sunshū, Shimizu Minato.
open diamond Banshū, Muronotsu.

 

solid diamond

TOTO MEISHO. Famous Views of Yedo.

 

107.

open diamond

NIHONBASHI SETCHŪ. Nihonbashi in Snow. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Kawashō.

Mr. J. S. Happer

 

 

DO.

 

108.

open diamond

SHINYOSHIWARA EMONZAKA NO SHŪGETSU. Visitor to Yoshiwara passing Emonzaka Hill in a palanquin. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Matsubaradō.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

 

DO.

 

109.

open diamond

ASAKUSA KINRYŪZANKA NO UCHŪ. Asakusa Temple by the Side of the Sumida in Rain. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Fujihiko.
The following prints of the Chū-tanzaku size were produced in the same days as the above under the title of Tōto Meisho.
open diamond Nihonbashi no Setchū, Nihonbashi, Sunrise After Snow.
open diamond Asukayama Shita, View of Rice Fields at the Foot of Asukayama.
open diamond Ryōgoku no Hanabi, Fire-works at Ryōgoku.
open diamond Matsuchiyama no Yukihare, Snow-mantled Scene of Matsuchiyama in Clearing Weather.
open diamond Tsukudajima no Oborozuki, Tsukudajima Isle in the Moonlight.
open diamond Uyeno Kiyomizudō, Kiyomizu Temple at Uyeno.
open diamond Sumidagawa no Watashi, Ferry-boats on the Sumida.
open diamond Susaki Shiohigari, Shell-gathering at Susaki.
open diamond Shinobazu no Ike, Benten Shrine in Shinobazu Pond.
open diamond Umeyashiki no Manka, Plum Garden.
open diamond Aoizaka, Scene at Aoizaka.
open diamond Ochanomizu, Rivulets running far below cliffs at Ochanomizu.
open diamond Kameido no Fuji no Hana, Wisteria at Kameido.
open diamond Setchū Shinobazu no Ike, Shinobazu Pond in Snow.

Do.

 

solid diamond

SHOKOKU MEISHO. Famous Views of Various Provinces.

Mr. Z. Matsuki

110.

open diamond

BUYŌ KOGANEI MANKA, Cherry Trees in Full Bloom at Koganei; open diamond SUNSHŪ FUJIKAWA NO KEI, Fujikawa; open diamond KŌYŌ SARUHASHI NO ZU, Saruhashi. Published by japanese text (japanese text Kinkōkō, Yamaguchi).
These three prints are now separated, but they were originally printed on a single sheet as will be seen by the one put on view in the exhibition. This sheet is of the same size as Ō-ban Yokoye, viz., 15' x 10'.

 

 

 

DO.

 

111.

open diamond

SHIMŌSA TONEGAWA NO ZU, The Tone River; open diamond TŌTŌMI IMAGIRI SHINKEI, Lake Side View at Imagiri ; open diamond MINONO KUNI YŌRŌ NO TAKI, Yōrō Fall in Snow. Size same as No. 110.

Do.

 

solid diamond

WAKAN ROYEI SHŪ. This series illustrates verses styled Virile poems of Japan and China.

 

112.

open diamond

THE STURDY PINE. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Jōkin (japanese text).

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

113.

 

VIEWS of ISLANDS. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Jōkin.
Besides this, those known under this title are Snow George. Rocks in the lake in the Moonlight. Sparrow in the Wisteria. Warbler in the Camellia.

Do.

114.

open diamond

KŌYŌ SARUHASHI NO ZU. Monkey Bridge in Moonlight. Kakemono-ye. Published by Tsutaya.

Do.

115.

solid diamond

SHIBA HAKKEI. Eight Views of Shiba, Yedo.

>Mr. T. Nakamura

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open diamond

GOTENYAMA NO RAKUGAN, Geese Flying Down at Gotenyama.

 

 

open diamond

AKABANE NO YAU, Evening Rain at Akabane.

 

 

open diamond

TAKANAWA KIHAN, Boats Sailing Back at Takanawa.

 

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open diamond

ATAGOYAMA BOSETSU, Evening Snow at Atago Shrine.

 

 

open diamond

TAMACHI NO SHŪGETSU, Autumn Moon at Tamachi.

 

 

open diamond

SHINMEI NO YŪSHŌ, Sunset at Shinmei Shrine.

 

 

open diamond

SHIROKANE SEIRAN, Clearing Weather at Shirokane.

 

 

open diamond

SANYENZAN NO BANSHŌ, Vesper Bells at Sanyenzan Temple.

 

 

 

Ō-ban Yokoye. 8 Sheets in a Set. Published by Echizenya (japanese text).

 

 

solid diamond

TŌTO MEISHO SUMIDAGAWA HAKKEI. Eight Views of the Sumida in Yedo.

 

116.

open diamond

MIMEGURI NO BOSETSU. Evening Snow at Mimeguri Shrine.

Mr. N. Ochiai

 

 

DO.

 

117.

open diamond

MASSAKI NO YAU. Evening Rain at Massaki.

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

118.

open diamond

MOKUBOJI SHŪGETSU. Autumn Moon at Mokuboji Temple.
This series of eight is of the Ai-ban Yokoye Size, somewhat smaller than Ō-ban Yokoye. The publisher is Sanoki. Besides the above three as exhibited, there are the following five:
open diamond Imado no Yūshō, Sunset at Imado.
open diamond Matsuchiyama no Seiran, Clearing Weather at Matsuchiyama
open diamond Kinryuzan no Banshō, Vesper Bells at Kinryuzan (Asakusa Temple).
open diamond Azumabashi no Kihan, Boats Sailing Back at Azumabashi.
open diamond Hashiba no Rakugan, Geese Flying Down at Hashiba.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

solid diamond

KŌTO MEISHO NO UCHI. Famous Views of Yedo.

 

119.

open diamond

TEPPŌZU TSUKUDA NO SHINKEI. Tsukuda Viewed from Teppozu. Ai-ban Yokoye. Published by Sanoki.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

solid diamond

KŌTO MEISHO. Famous Views of Yedo.

 

120.

open diamond

YOSHIWARA NIHONZUTSUMI. Road leading to Yoshiwara in the Moonlight. Ai-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

121.

open diamond

EITAIBASHI NO ZU. Eitai Bridge. Ai-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Mr. K. Hirakawa

122.

open diamond

SUMIDAGAWA SEKKEI. The Sumida River in Snow. Ai-ban Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Mr. Z. Kakuha

 

 

DO.

 

123.

open diamond

RYŌGOKU YORU NO KEI. Evening Fire-works at Ryōgoku. Aiban-Yokoye. Published by Sen-Ichi.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

solid diamond

SHINSEN YEDO MEISHO. New Series of Views of Yedo.

 

124.

open diamond

RYŌOGOKU NŌRYŌ HANABI NO ZU. Fire-works at Ryōgoku Bridge in Summer Evening. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Moriji (japanese text).

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

125.

open diamond

SUMIDAGAWA TSUTSUMI HAKUU NO ZU. Sumida River Bank in a Summer Shower. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Moriji.

Mr. K. Takabatake

 

solid diamond

MEISHO SETSUGEKKA. Famous Views of Snow, Moon and Flowers.

 

126.

open diamond

INOKASHIRA IKE BENZAITENSHA SEKKEI. The Benzaiten Shrine at Inokashira in Snow. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Marujin.
This and the following two prints make a set:
open diamond Tamagawa Akino Tsuki Ayuryō, Trout Fishing in the Tamagawa in the Autumn Moonlight.
open diamond Koganei Tsutsumi no Hanazakari, Cherry Blossoms on the River Banks at Koganei.

Mr. T. Maeda

 

solid diamond

KWANTŌ MEISHO ZUYE. Famous Views of the Kwantō Districts.

Mr. T. Nakamura

127.

open diamond

SHIMOTSUKE KUROKAMIYAMA KIRIFURI NO TAKI. Kirifuri Fall in Mt. Kurokami.

 

 

 

DO.

 

128.

open diamond

SHIMŌSA KŌNODAI River side at Kōnodai, Shimōsa Province.

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

129.

open diamond

KŌZUKE NAKADAKE ENBŌ. Distant View of Mt. Nakano, Kōzuke Province.

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

130.

open diamond

SŌSHU ŌYAMA RYŌBEN NO TAKI. Ryōben Fall in Mt. Ōyama, Sōshu Province.

Do.

 

 

DO.

 

131.

open diamond

MUSASHI HANEDA OKI BENZAITEN SHA. Benzaiten Shrine, Haneda Beach, Musashi Province.
The above Famous Views of the Kwantō Districts are of Ō-ban Yokoye and were published by Jōkin.

Do.

 

solid diamond

TŌTO MEISHO SAKAZUKUSHI NO UCHI. Grand Series of Hills, in Yedo.

 

132.

open diamond

UYENO KIYOMIZU ZAKA. Kiyomizu Hill at Uyeno. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Yamashō (japanese text).
Those known are as follows
open diamond Yedo-Mizaka; open diamond Meguro Giōnin Zaka; open diamond Shinagawa Hakkei Zaka;
open diamond Ushigome Kagurazaka.

Mr. H. Kirakawa

 

solid diamond

TŌTO MEISHO. Famous Views of Yedo.

 

133.

open diamond

SHIBA ZŌJŌJI SETCHŪ NO ZU. The Zōjōji Temple at Shiba in Snow.
Besides the above, this series comprises such splendid prints as Kanda Myōjin Sekkei, Kanda Myōjin Shrine in Snow, and Takanawa no Yūkei, Takanawa Evening Scene. Ō-ban Yokoye. Published by Nunokichi (japanese text)

Mr. M. Uchida