25.Enoshima in Sagami Province
Located in the distant view is Enoshima, and we can see the five-story pagoda at Ryukoji Temple in the forest of young leaves.
In the low tide time zone, the worshipers for the temple are walking along the sandbar of the sea. The souvenir shops and the inns are on the shore.
This ukiyo-e woodblock printing carefully expresses the sparkle and foaming of the waves that strikes the rocks and the beaches by Katsushika Hokusai.
Reprint of Enoshima in Sagami Province
Shichiri beach in Sagami Province from "Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji&q...
24.Shichiri beach in Sagami Province 24. Shichiri beach in Sagami Province This woodblock print doesn't have any person in the image and shows a pure landscape painting. It is a work of the first version drawn with only the shading of Prussian Blue. It expresses with only in one color the powerfulness of the summer. The sunlight, the reflecting sea level, and the rising up cumulonimbus. Unlike the previous artworks that drew the beach, the ukiyo-e printing highlight...
Nakahara in Sagami Province from "Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji"
26.Nakahara in Sagami Province 26. Nakahara in Sagami Province Located in the middle of the Sagami Plain, Nakahara was the current city of Hiratsuka. The alley through the ukiyo-e print leads to Mt. Oyama which is visible in front of Mt. Fuji. Mt. Oyama was a place of Shinto and Buddhist consolation, attracted popularity among the common people to visit in the Edo Period. Hokusai also drew the picture of the waterfall at the mountain in ” A Tour of Japanese Waterfalls”. ...