Ch. 8, Hana no en, from the series The Color Print Contest of a Modern Genji (Ima Genji nishiki-e awase).
Furyû Genji: Akashi (Hiroshige landscape, Kunisada [main] figures), Late Edo period, 1835
Sunrise on New Year's Day at Susaki (Susaki hatsu hinode), from the series Famous Places in Edo (Edo meisho)
Tango Province: Ama no hashidate (Tango, Ama no hashidate), from the series Famous Places in the Sixty-odd Provinces [of Japan] ([Dai Nihon] Rokujûyoshû meisho zue)
Ch. 10, Sakaki, from the series The Color Print Contest of a Modern Genji (Ima Genji nishiki-e awase).
View of the Temple of Five Hundred Arhats (Gohyaku rakan no kei), from the series Famous Places in Edo, a New Selection (Shinsen Edo meisho)
Modern Genji and Two Leaves of Heartvine (Futaba Aoi imayô Genji)
No. 18, Okitsu: The Okitsu River and Satta Pass (Okitsu, Okitsugawa Satta no tôge), from the series Famous Sights of the Fifty-three Stations (Gojûsan tsugi meisho zue), also known as the Vertical Tôkaidô
The Summit of Mount Fuji in Great Japan (Dai Nihon Fujisan zetchô no zu)
No. 54, Yume no ukihashi, from the series Lady Murasaki's Genji Cards (Murasaki Shikibu Genji karuta)
No. 36, Kashiwagi, from the series Lady Murasaki's Genji Cards (Murasaki Shikibu Genji karuta)
Bikuni Bridge in Snow (Bikunibashi setchû), from the series One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (Meisho Edo hyakkei)
View of the Whirlpools at Awa (Awa Naruto no fûkei), from an untitled set of three triptychs
Sono Yukari Sode no Akebono
Nakamura Kirizo as the Taikomochi Kirihachi
Actors Ichikawa Ichisaburô as First Son (Isshi) Tôtarô, Bandô Matsujirô as Second Son (Jinan) Kunimatsu, Onoe Kikujirô II as Wife (Nyôbô) Omine, and Ichikawa Kodanji IV as Asakura Tôgo
Kasumigaseki in Snow (Kasumigaseki setchû), from the series Thirty-six Views of the Eastern Capital (Tôto sanjûrokkei)
Prince Genji Listening to Insects
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