Sugatami Bridge, Omokage Bridge and Jariba at Takata (Toshiba) Advertisements
Takada Riding Grounds (Shinjuku)
Aoi Slope outside Toranomon gate
Fukagawa Susaki and Jūmantsubo
Yotsugi dōri Canal , Koume Embankment
The Fukagawa Lumberyards. Character for “sakana” on the umbrella refers to Sakanaya Eikichi, the publisher of the series.
The two women are yotaka (night hawks), the lowest class of prostitutes whose faces were often disfigured forcing them to apply very thick make-up.
Minami Shinagawa and Samezu Coast Fishermen gather seaweed from submerged tree trunks.
Bikuni Bridge in Snow Believed to be created by Hiroshige II based on empty foreground, depiction of wall and schematic arrangement of snowflakes
View of Shiba Coast One of the first five prints sanctioned by the censors.
View from the Hilltop of Yushima Tenjin Shrine (Bunkyō)
“Robe-Hanging Pine” at Senzoku no ike Nichiren is said to have hung his monk’s robe on this pine while resting.