CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 157 TO 186
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

 

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KYOKA NEBOKE HYAKUSHU. One Hundred Comic Poems.

 

157.

 

BUDDHIST PRIEST FALLING OFF HIS HORSE. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Echizenya.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

 

DO.

 

158.

 

TWO MEN ON THE SUMIDA BANK IN SNOW. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Echizenya.

Do.

159.

 

KESHI NI SUZUME. Flower and Sparrow. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Kawashō.

Do.

160.

 

SETCHŪ OSHIDORI. Mandarin Ducks in Snow. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Kawasho.

Do.

161.

 

KYŌ ARASHIYAMA ŌIGAWA. The Ōi River at the foot of Arashiyama in Kyoto famous for Cherry Blossoms. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Tsutaya.

Mr. K. Matsuki

162.

 

TSUKI NI CHŌCHIN. Paper Lantern below Cherry Blossoms in the Moon. Ko-tanzaku. Published by Aritaya (japanese text).

Mr. M. Uchida

163.

 

FUJI NI HŌJIRO. The Japanese Bunting and Wisteria. Ko-tanzaku. Published by Marusei.

Do.

164.

 

SETCHŪ MATSU NI TAKA. Hawk in Pine in Snow. Kakemono-ye. Published by Sanoki.

Mr. Kokichi Murata

165.

 

BOTAN NI KUJAKU. Peony and Peacock. Kakemono-ye.

Mr. J. S. Happer

166.

 

SHŌKI. Picture of a fabulous being, Shōki, the Devil (Oni) killer. Kakemono-ye. Published by Tsutaya.

Mr. T. Takei

167.

 

HARUASOBI FUKU DAIKOKU, One of the Seven Gods of Good Fortune, Amusing himself on New Year's Day. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Fujikei.

Mr. T. Maeda

168.

 

SARUHASHI. Monkey Bridge and three other prints on the block, same in size as Ō-ban Tateye, in the same style as plate No. 80. Published by Sanoki.

Mr. M. Uchida

169.

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JŌSHŪ HARUNASAN OKUNOIN. Shrine in the Mt. Haruna, Jōshū Province and three other small prints of quarter size. Published by Aritaya.

Do.

170.

 

Two-on-a-block print : One of the dance called Kitsune-tsuri (Catching the Fox) the other a Oharame or country women of the Kyōto district. Published by Arisei (japanese text), another name Aritaya.

Do.

171.

 

Two-on-a-block print: One a man catching a cat instead of a rat, the other trying to extricate his head from a grating. Published by japanese text.

Do.

172.

 

KISO MEISHO ZU. Famous Scenes of Kiso Kaidō. 9 sheets of small size. Printed in black on very thin pieces of wood instead of paper.

Mr. H. Shugio

173.

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REFLECTED MOON ON THE SUMIDA. Uchiwa-ye (fan shaped print). Published by japanese text.

Mr. M. Uchida

174.

open diamond

TŌTO SHINAGAWA NO KEI. Shinagawa Beach, Yedo.

Mr. T. Suzuki

175.

open diamond

KOMADERA NO TANUKI. A Badger at the Komadera Temple. Published by Marukyū (japanese text).

Mr. K. Ishii

 

solid diamond

TOTO MEISHO. Famous Sights of Yedo.

 

176.

open diamond

TAKANAWA YUGESHIKI. Takanawa Evening Scene. Published by Marukyū.

Mr. M. Uchida

177.

open diamond

KŌNODAI TONEGAWA. The Tone River at Kōnodai. Blue Print.

Mr. K. Kawaura

178.

open diamond

LITTLE GIRL CATCHING FIRE-FLIES IN SUMMER.

Mr. K. Hayashi

 

solid diamond

SHOKOKU MEISHO. Famous Sights of the Various Provinces.

 

179.

open diamond

ZUSŌ HAKONEYAMA YAKŌ NO ZU. Night Ascent of Hakone Pass. Published by Dansendo (japanese text).

Do.

180.

open diamond

TSUKI NO SANKEI. Beauties in a boat enjoying evening cool at Ryōgoku, from Three Moonlight Scenes. Published by Dansendo.

Mr. N. Shimizu

181.

 

MATSUSHIMA. Matsushima, one of the Three Sights of Japan. Blue Print. Published by Marujin.

Mr. H. Shugio

182.

open diamond

SUMIDAGAWA HASHIBA WATASHI YUKI NO KEI. A Ferry Boat at a Sumida River Landing in Snow.
 
The above (No. 173-182) are Uchiwa-ye, Fan Shaped Prints. Uchiwa-ye are various in designs including landscapes, birds and flowers, human figures, humorous pictures. They are as exquisite as ordinary prints. These prints were probably used as samples by the fanshop. There are very few fans remaining.

Mr. Kokichi Murata

183.

 

USHI NI MOMO. Cow in Peach Garden. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Fujihiko.

Mr. Kokichi Murata

184.

 

INOSHISHI NI HAGI. Lespedeza bicolor and Boar. Chū-tanzaku. Published by Fujihiko.
The prints of the twelve zodiacal signs are complete in twelve. The above two were put on view in the exhibition.

Do.

 

solid diamond

SUNSHŪ MEISHO. Famous Sights of Sunshū Province.

 

185.

open diamond

TAGONOURA MIHO NO MATSU. Pine Trees at Miho Viewed from Tago Bay. Chū-ban Yokoye.

Mr. H. Shugio

 

solid diamond

SHOKOKU MEISHO KI. Famous Sights of Various Provinces.

 

186.

open diamond

SUNSHŪ SATTA TŌGE FUJIMI. Sight of Fujiyama Viewed from Satta Pass, Sunshū Province. Chū-ban Yokoye. Published by Kinkōdō (japanese text).
Besides the above this series comprises the following:
open diamond Bōshū, Iwakuni Kintaibashi (Kintai Bridge).
open diamond Shinshū Suwako (Suwa Lake).
open diamond lse Futamiga-ura (Futamiga-ura Beach).
open diamond Bushū Tamagawa (Tama River).
open diamond Buyō Kanazawa Ichiran Yama (Hill called Ichiranyama commanding the entire view of Kanazawa).
open diamond Sesshū Sumiyoshi Demi no Hama (Demi no Hama Beach near Osaka).
open diamond Shikoku Zōzuzan Yenkei (Distant View of Mt. Zōzu).
open diamond Tango Amanohashidate no Fūkei (Scene of Amanohashidate).

Do.