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Odawara/Sakawagawa River (Woodblock Print)
Fifty-three stations of Tokaido Road drawn by Hiroshige Utagawa.
The Tōkaidō was one of the Five Routes constructed under Tokugawa Ieyasu, a series of roads linking the historical capital of Edo with the rest of Japan. The Tōkaidō connected Edo with the then-capital of Kyoto. Along this road, there were 53 different post stations, which provided stables, food, and lodging for travelers.
Size: frame: 19.8 x 13.7 inch
picture: 16.2 x 11.0 inch