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Notes (this edition)
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Artist: Hiroshige I
Format: Oban yoko-e: 10" x 15"

Subject: The ferry at Rokugo, with bijin and travellers passing across the river towards the village at Kawazaki.

Publisher: Hoeido

Date: 1834

Condition: Good colors. Full size. Extensive overall wear. A heavy printers crease from Hiroshige's signature diagonally to top of print with paper separation the depth of top margin. Minor smudges, marks and soils. Fair state of preservation.

Impression: Very good impression.
Estimated Value: 800 - 1000
3 Kawasaki
A ferry-boat crossing the river, and passengers waiting on the further bank in front of a cluster of houses; Fuji in the distance. Close to the further bank is a man on a raft.
Travellers crossing the river here by ferryboat may have felt they were being carried towards a different world. However, those returning to Edo looked forward to reentering the familiar homeland. This desolate area along the seashore is now an important industrial district of Japan.

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