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Meisho Edo hyakkei {picture] . Ōdenmachō gofukuten / Hiroshige
名所江戸百景 . {picture] . 大伝馬町ごふく店/ 広重
Bib ID 5695347
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [{picture]
Author
Andō, Hiroshige, 1797-1858
安藤広重, 1797-1858
 
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Description Edo : Uoei ; Ansei 7 [1860] 
江戸 : 魚栄 ; 安政 7 [1860] 
1 print : ink, col. on paper ; 23 x 35 cm. 
Notes

The Japanese print shows men in kimono, Kamishimo are marching in a group and some of them carrying a tall ornaments. They are passing in fromt of the well-known shop for kimono, called Daimaruya.

The print was printed a few years after Hiroshige's death; some says it could be done by Hiroshige ll.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138083739

Subjects Daimaru, Kabushiki Kaisha.  |  Parades -- Japan -- Pictorial works.  |  Tokyo(Japan) -- Pictorial works.
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