'The Suijin Temple Grove, Uchikawa, and the Village of Sekiya', No. 35 from Series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo, 8th month of 1856.
This woodblock print in a postcard-size format, a later edition, which dates to c1930. This print illustrates a scene in Masaki, which was a district of Edo with teahouses where visitors would drop in on their way to the nearby Asakusa gay quarters. Visible outside the window beyond the Sumida River is the famous Suijin Shrine, where the guardian deity of travelers is enshrined. It measures 5.5" x 3.75". Excellent condition, never framed. P384
Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) 'The Suijin Temple Grove, Uchikawa, and Sekiya'
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