No. 1 Nihonbashi 日本橋 / Kisokaido rokujoku tsugi no uchi 木曾街道六十九次之内 (Sixty-Nine Post Stations of the Kisokaido)
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- No. 1 Nihonbashi 日本橋
- Kisokaido rokujoku tsugi no uchi 木曾街道六十九次之内 (Sixty-Nine Post Stations of the Kisokaido)
Woodblock print, oban tate-e. Nihonbashi Station. Ashikaga Yorikane (left) watches his bodyguard, the wrestler Narukami Katsunosuke (right) protect him from his attacker, Ukiyo Tohei on the Nihonbashi bridge (Inset: a daimyo procession leaving the city at dawn).
- 1852 (5th month)
- Published in: Edo
- Height: 36 centimetres
- Width: 24.8 centimetres
Inscription TransliterationIchiyusai Kuniyoshi ga
Inscription TranslationDrawn by Ichiyusai Kuniyoshi
Inscription Commentartist's (in gourd-shaped Yoshi cartouche)
Inscription TransliterationTsujiokaya Bunsuke
Inscription Transliteration5th month 1852
See:- Robinson, 1982, S74 no. 2; Thompson 2009, no. 1
Not on display
Credit Line: Gift of Prof. Arthur R. Miller to the American Friends of the British Museum
- 14701 (Miller Collection number)
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Object reference number: JCF21550
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