- Museum number
- Object: Kyoka chakizai shu 狂歌茶器財集 (Tea Ceremony Utensils, a Kyoka Collection)
Illustrated book. One volume. Three landscapes of Uji area, and portraits of kyoka poets with poems inscribed above; supplementary section with kyoka poems. Colour woodblock-printed.
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Height: 22.30 centimetres
Width: 15.40 centimetres
- Curator's comments
Hillier and Smith 1980
Appropriately, Hiroshige contributes three typically poetic landscapes of the Uji area, famed for its tea plantations. The remaining illustrations are portraits of the poets by Yoshitora.
Brown, Louise Norton, 'Block Printing and Book Illustration in Japan', London and New York, 1924, p. 195 (as 'Kyoka chakisai kashu').
Conservation Credit Line: Conservation of this book was supported by the Toshiba International Foundation
- Not on display
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- Additional IDs
Previous owner/ex-collection number: JH.513 (Hillier no.)