CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 222 TO 233
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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IMAYO MITATE, SHI, NO, KO, SHŌ. The Four Classes: Samurai, Farmers, Artisans and Merchants.

 

222.

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UWO-YEI NO MISE. Prints Store styled Uwo-Yei.
This is Toyokuni III.'s work showing a shop selling Hiroshige's Hundred Views of Yedo, and was put on view in the exhibition for the sake of reference. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Uwo-yei.

Mr. R. Hirakawa

 

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SHOKOKU MEISHO. Views of Various Provinces.

 

223.

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FURIWAKE Ō-SUGOROKU. This is a large-sized print named Sugoroku used by children to play a game on by means of a dice.

Mr. M. Uchida

224.

 

PAPER-HANGER'S SHOP, drawn to order of the shopman by Hiroshige and printed on tōshi (Chinese paper). Oblong in size.

Mr. T. Hirose

225.

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AWA NO NARUTO. Rapids at Naruto. Sanmai- tsuzuki. Published by Tsutaya.

Mrs. Y. Yamamoto

226.

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BUYŌ KANAZAWA HATSHŌ YAKEI Evening Scenes of Eight Views of Kanazawa. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Tsutaya.

Mr. R. Ishii

227.

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KISOJI NO SANSEN. Kiso Mountains in Snow. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Tsutaya in 1857.
These three form a set of Snow, Moon and Flowers, as the Naruto Passage with its swirling waves was called the Flowers of Naruto. They are Hiroshige's masterpieces in his declining years.

Do.

228.

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TŌKAIDŌ HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of Tōkaidō. 12 sheets in a set. Published by Ibasen (japanese text).
Harimaze Zuye is more of designs than of mere representations of objects. Hiroshige's are especially skilfully rendered. On a plate of Ō-ban size, there are represented four or five prints of simple style showing a town, famous local products or sceneries, or subjects of some historical stories. This series consists of 12 sheets containing 55 prints. There are two other harimaze Tōkaidō of similar style. In the above series Nihonbashi is represented by fish, Shinagawa by women picking sea-weed and Kawasaki by peach blossoms.

Mr. T. Suzuki

229.

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TŌKAIDŌ HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of Tōkaidō.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 14 sheets. In this series, Nihonbashi is represented by bronze works on Nihonbashi Bridge and Shinagawa by a woman holding a paper lantern. Published by Senichi (japanese text)

Mr. T. Suzuki

230.

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KUNIZUKUSHI HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of Grand Series of the Provinces.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and is complete in 18 sheets containing 68 prints. Two of the sheets are illustrated. (See Plate No. 80.) Published by Fujikei (japanese text) in 1852.

Do.

231.

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TŌKAIDŌ GOJŪSAN-TSUGI HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of the Fifty-Three Stations on the Tōkaidō.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 15 sheets containing 55 prints. Published by Yamaguchi (japanese text) in 1856.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

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YEDO MEISHO HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of the Views of Yedo.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of 10 sheets. (See Two Illustrations, No. 231 Plate 80.) Published by Yamadaya (japanese text) in 1857.

 

 

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ŌYAMA DŌCHŪ HARIMAZE ZUYE. Mixed Prints of the Highway leading to Mt. Ōyama Shrine.
This is similar to No. 228 in style and consists of three sheets.

 

232.

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ŌMI HAKKEI. Eight Views of Ōmi.
This contains the same eight views as No. 57. Ō-ban Yokoye. Those illustrated are Pine tree at Karasaki and Vesper Bells at the Mii Temple. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Uwoyei in 1857.

Mr. H. Tsunajima

233.

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FUJI SANJŪ ROKKEI. Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji.
This series was censored in April, 1858 but was not put on sale until the following year, and then issued as his memorial prints. Ō-ban Tateye. Published by Tsutaya.

Mr. K. Hayashi

 

 

open diamond Tōto Ichikokubashi.
open diamond Tōto Sukiyagashi.
open diamond Tōto Ochanomizu.
open diamond Tōto Sumida Tsutsumi.
open diamond Zōshigawa Fujimijaya.
open diamond Kōnodai Tonegawa.
open diamond Musashi Tamagawa.
open diamond Musashi Hommoku no Hara.
open diamond Sagamigawa.
open diamond Hakone no Kosui.
open diamond Suruga Satta no Kaijo.
open diamond Tōkaidō Hidari Fuji.
open diamond Ise Futamiga Ura.
open diamond Shinano Shiojiri Tōge.
open diamond Kai Otsuki no Hara.
open diamond Shimōsa Kogane ga Hara.
open diamond Kazusa Kanōzan.
open diamond Sagami Shichiriga Hama. *

open diamond Tōto Surugachō.
open diamond Tōto Tsukuda Oki.
open diamond Tōto Ryōgoku.
open diamond Tōto Asukayama.
open diamond Tōto Meguro Yūhigaoka.
open diamond Musashi Koganei.
open diamond Musashi Koshigaya Zai.
open diamond Sōshū Miura no Kaijō.
open diamond Sagami Yenoshima Irikuchi.
open diamond Izu no Sanchū.
open diamond Suruga Miho no Matsubara.
open diamond Sunyen Ōigawa.
open diamond Shinshū Suwa no Mizuumi.
open diamond Kai Misaka Goye.
open diamond Kai Inume Tōge.
open diamond Kazusa Kuroto no Ura.
open diamond Bōshū Hota no Kaigan.
open diamond Musashi Noge Yokohama. *