CATALOGUE OF THE EXHIBITION - ITEMS 207 TO 221
Titles with the mark denote titles of the series while the mark denotes the sub-title. Those titles without any mark are the additions of the compiler of the catalogue.

 

 

Exhibitors

 

YEDO MEISHO.

 

*207.

SHINYOSHIWARA NIHON TSU YANAGI. Men looking at the moon by the side of a willow tree at the entrance gate of Yoshiwara. O-ban Yokoye. Published by Yamadaya () in 1853.

Mr. T. Suzuki

 

 

 

 

YEDO MEISHO.

 

*208.

OCHANOMIZU SETCHU. Ochanomidzu in Snow.
The Yedo Meisho series published by the Yamadaya is generally called "Jimbutsu Yedo Meisho" (Sights of Yedo with Figures), as the subjects are not so much landscapes as figures.
The series consisted of 40 sheets; 20 of which were published in 1853 (year of cow), 10 in 1854 (year of tiger), 1 in 1856 (year of dragon) and five in 1858 (year of horse).

Mr. T. Suzuki

 

 

 

209.

SANKAI MITATE ZUMO. Wrestling Matches between Mountains and Seas. "Where Land and Sea are locked as in a wrestler's bout." Ten each of Mountains and Harbours. O-ban Yokoye. Published by Yamadaya in 1858 (year of horse).
Mountains.
Bizen Yugayama*  Echigo Kamewaritoge. Sanuki Zozuzan. Settsu Arimayama. Echizen Yunootoge. Awa Kiyozumiyama. Kazusa Kanozan. Sagami Oyama. Harima Tatsuyama. Etchu Tateyama. (This one only was published by Marujin).
Sea Ports.
Settsu Ajikawaguchi*  Kazusa Kisarazu. Harima Muronotsu. Bizen Tanokuchi. Echizen Mikuni. Echigo Niigata. Etuchu Kokubu Minato. Awa Kominato. Sagami Uraga. Sanuki Marugame.

Mr. S. Nitta

 

 

 

210.

GIOTOKU SHIOHAMA NO ZU. Salt Fields, Giotoku.
This picture is printed like suri mono. But it was put on sale in the form of a roll consisting of twelve sheets to be used for writing letters. Almost all of these prints on letter paper were used by nobles and dignitaries and
men of taste and consequently there remain very few of them now. Each of the twelve sheets is oblong in size measuring 7½ in. by 20½ in. The prints bear no stamps of publisher. But by the proofs taken from key blocks, now in existence, it has been made clear that they were published by the Wakasaya.
Besides the above, this set contains the following 11 sheets.
Tamagawa no Sato. Gotenyama no zu. Matsudo no Sato. Nakagawaguchi no zu. Susaki Yuki no Asa. Koganei no Kei. Kaianji no Momiji. Yuhiga Oka. Azuma no Mori. Takata no Baba. Hagidera.

Mr. M. Uchida

 

 

 

*211.

SUMIDA TSUTSUMI YAMIYO NO SAKURA. Three Women on the Banks of the Sumida on a Night in Spring. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Iseichi ().

Mr. S. Matsui

 

 

 

*212.

SUMIDA NO RYO TSUKI NO YEN. Three women enjoying a small feast in the full moon in an upper room of a house on the banks of the Sumida. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Marusei.

Mrs. Y. Yamamoto

 

 

 

213.

MUTSU ADACHI DOMEKI-YEKI HAKKEI NO ZU. Eight Views of Domekiyeki, Mutsu Province. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Yamato ().

Do.

 

 

 

 

TOTO MEISHO. Views of Yedo.

 

214.

TSUKI NO KOKEI. Beauties in the Moon. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Jokin.

Do.

 

 

 

 

TOKAIDO KAWA ZUKUSHI. Series of the Tokaido Rivers.

 

215.

HAKONE TANIGAWA NO ZU. Beauties enjoying the scenery of Hakone. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Fujikei.

Mr. N. Ochiai

 

 

 

 

SETSUGEKKA NO UCHI. From Snow, Moon and Flowers.

 

*216.

TSUKI NO YUBE. Three beauties moon-viewing in a garden. Sanmai-tsuzuki. Published by Ibasen.

Mr. S. Kaneko

 

 

 

 

TOTO MEISHO. Views of Yedo.

 

*217.

RYOGOKU NO YUSUZUMI. Three beauties enjoying the cool of evening by Ryogoku Bridge. Sanmai- tsuzuki. Published by Wakasaya.

Mr. Y. Nakagawa

 

 

 

 

YEDO MEISHO SHIKI NO NAGAME. Views of Yedo, in the Four Seasons.

 

*218.

SUMIDAGAWA SETCHU NO ZU. Three beauties on the bank of the Sumida in the snow.
During the eras of Kokwa and Kayei, Hiroshige drew many similar pictures with figures as subjects and landscape background. Sanmai-tsusuki. Published by Marujin.

Do.

 

 

 

219.

ROKUJU YOSHU MEISHO ZUYE. Views of Over Sixty Provinces.
This series consists of 69 sheets besides the list, each representing a sight of each province. They were published from 1853 (Year of Cow) to 1865 (Year of Dragon) by Koshihei. 0-ban Tateye.

 

 

Gokinai.

 

Yamashiro, Arashiyama

Yamato, Tatsutagawa.

Kawachi, Makikata.

Izumi, Koshino Hama.

Settsu, Sumiyoshi.

 

 

 

Tokaido.

 

lga, Uyeno.

lse, Asakumayama.

Shima, Hiyoriyama.

Owari, Tsushima Tennosai.

Mikawa, Horaiji.

Totomi. Hamanako.

Suruga, Mihono Matsubara.

Kai, Saruhashi.

Izu, Shuzenji.

Sagami, Yenoshima.

Musashi, Sumidagawa.

Awa, Kominato.

Kazusa, Kujukuri.

Shimosa, Choshi no Hama.

Hitachi, Kashima.

Musashi, Asakusa Ichi.

 

 

Tosando.

 

Omi, Biwako Ishiyamadera.

Mino, Yoronotaki.  *

Hida, Kagowatashi.

Shinano, Sarashina.

Kozuke, Haruna.

Shimotsuke, Nikko Dera.

Mutsu, Matsushima.

Dewa, Mogamigawa.

 

 

Hokurokudo.

 

Wakasa, Kareiami no Zu.

Echizen, Kehi no Matsubara.

Kaga, Hasunoko.

Noto, Takinoura.

Echigo, Oyashirazu.

Etsuchu, Toyama Funahashi.

Sado, Kanayama.

 

 

 

Sanindo.

 

Oki, Takibi no Yashiro.

Tanba, Kanezaka.

Tango, Amanohashidate.

Tajima, Iwaidani.

Inaba, Kajiyama.

Hoki, Oyama.

Iwami, Takatsuyama.

Izumo, Oyashiro.

 

 

Sanyodo.

 

Harima, Maikonohama.  *

Mimasaka, Yamabashidani.

Bizen, Yugayama.

Bitchu, Fudetani.

Bingo, Abugawa.

Aki, Itsukushima.

Suo, Kintaibashi.

Nagato, Shimonoseki.

 

 

Nankaido.

 

Kii, Wakanoura.

Awaji, Goshikinohama.

Sanuki, Zozuzan.

Awa, Naruto.

Iyo, Saijo.

Tosa, Katsuotsuri.

 

 

Saikaido.

 

Chikuzen, Hakozaki.

Chikugo, Yanagawa.

Buzen, Rakanji Shitamichi.

Bungo, Minosaki.

Hizen, Nagasaki.

Higo, Gokaso.

Hyuga, Yutsuno Minato.

Osumi, Sakurajima.

Satsuma, Bonoura.

Iki, Shizukuri.

Tsushima, Kaigan Yubare.

 

Mr. Kinbei Murata

 

 

 

220.

SHOKOKU MUTAMAGAWA. Six Rivers in different provinces each named "Tamagawa," famous in poetry. 0-ban Tateye. Published by Marukyu () in 1857.

Mr. K. lchikawa

 

 

 

221.

MEISHO YEDO HYAKKEI. Famous Hundred Views of Yedo.
These were produce during the period from 1856 or the year of dragon to 1858 or the year of horse. The date is put outside the border of almost every sheet. This is his last grand series, manifestly showing free and bold
style as compared with his former productions which are characterized by delicacy. On the other hand they show an unequalled dexterity in technique of the press. In all there are 118 sheets showing various scenes of the seasons of the year. Besides, there are Akasaka Kiribatake Uchu no Zu (Akasaka-Kiribatake in Rain) by Hiroshige II. and Mokuroku (List of Pictures) making a set of 120 sheets. To those exhibits were added a memorial portrait of Hiroshige by Toyokuni III. The list is appended.

 

 

Spring Scenes:

 

Nihonbashi.

Kasumigaseki.

Yamashita Gomon.

Yeitai, Shirauwo Bune.

Ryogoku no Sumo.

Hatsune no Baba.

Odenma-cho.

Surugacho.

Yatsuji ga Hara.

Kanda Myojin.

Uyeno Kiyomizu.

Uyeno Yamashita.

Uyeno Hirokoji.

Nippori.

Suwa.

Sendagi, Dangozaka.

Asukayama.

Oji no Inari.

Oji no Otaki.

Kawaguchi no Watashi.

Shiba Atago.

Furukawa.

Chiyo ga Saki.

Meguro Shinfuji.

Meguro Motofuji.

Hakkeizaka.

Kabata no Ume.

Gotenyama.

Sunamura.

Umeyashiki.

Azuma no Mori.

Yanagishima.

Yotsugi no Hikifune.

Bokusui no Yakei.

Suijin no Mori.

Massaki no Hotori.

Imado no Kemuri.

Shinyoshiwara.

Okawabashi.

Sekiguchi Suidobata.

Ichigaya Hachiman.

Tamagawa Tsutsumi.

 

 

Summer Scenes.

 

Nihonbashi.

Nihonbashi Tori Itchome.

Yoroi no Watashi.

Shoheibashi.

Fudo no Taki.

Akasaka Kiribatake. *

Zojoji.

Tsukuda Sumiyoshi.

Mannenbashi.

Ryogoku Senchu.

Ohashi no Yudachi, Sudden Shower of Rain at Ohashi. *
Two of the prints are illustrated. The left one differs in key block from the ordinary print in the distance, and in the treatment of the boats. Probably an early block afterwards changed when the series was completed. The one on the right was put on view in a set in the exhibition.

Shubi no Matsu.

Komagatado.

Horikiri.

Sakasai.

Fukagawa Hachiman.

Kameido no Fuji. [ * ]

Nakagawa guchi.

Tonegawa.

Yatsumi no Hashi.

Suidobashi.

Juniso.

Kojimachi.

Soto Sakurada.

Nakasu.

Okawabata.

Ayasegawa.

Gohyakurakan.

Sanjusangen-do.

Haneda.

 

 

 

Autumn Scenes.

 

Shichu no Tanabata.

Daimaruya.

Konya-machi.

Kyobashi.

Teppozu.

Tsukiji.

Shiba Shinmeimae.

Kanasugibashi.

Takanawa.

Tsuki no misaki.

Shinagawa Susaki.

Meguro Jijiigachaya.

Kinokunizaka.

Naito Shinjuku.

Inokashira.

Takinogawa.

Tsukinomatsu Benten.

Saruwaka-cho.

Mukojima Akiha.

Mokuboji.

Niijuku.

Mama.

Konodai.

Horie Nekozane.

Onagigawa no Matsu.

Ryogoku no hanabi. *

 

 

Winter Scenes.

 

Asakusadera no Yuki.

Nihon zutsumi.

Torino Machi.

Mikawashima.

Senju no Ohashi.

Komme tsutsumi.

Onmayagashi.

Fukagawa Kiba. *

Fukagawa Jumantsubo. *

Shibaura.

Samezu.

Senzoku no Ike.

Meguro Taikobashi.

Yabukoji.

Toranomon.

Bikunibashi.

Takata no Baba.

Sugatami no Hashi.

Yushima Tenjin

Oji Shozoku Yenoki. *

Mr. K. Hirakawa