11.Tea house at Koishikawa, the Morning after a Snowfall
The series of “Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji” contains 46 ukiyo-e woodblock printings, but the image is just the single artworks of the snowy scene.
From the second floor of the tea house, people enjoy the view that a snowfall during the night made.
One of the women is pointing at the three flying crows. The small figures show the height of the blue sky.
Below Meguro from "Thirty six views of mount Fuji"
10.Below Meguro 10. Below Meguro The countrified Below Meguro(Shimo-Meguro) was the area of hills and farming. Especially, it was famous for the place where the shoguns hunted with a falcon. The lower right of Mt. Fuji making an appearance from the hollow, the two falconers stand on the pass. And the farmer kneel for them. The step-like pattern is the vegetable fields. Most of the farmers in Edo Period lived at a house with a thatched roof. We can see the five...
Sunset across the Ryōgoku Bridge from the bank of the Sumida River at Onmayag...
12.Sunset across the Ryōgoku Bridge from the bank of the Sumida River at Onmayagashi 12. Sunset across the Ryōgoku Bridge from the bank of the Sumida River at Onmayagashi The ukiyo-e woodblock printing silhouettes the figure of Mt. Fuji wrapped in the orange light of the setting sun. The dusk is falling from the upper sky and the far buildings and boarts also turn into the gray shadows. Even though the breathtakingly beautiful landscape, most of the people in the pi...