The Precincts of Myōhō-ji Temple in Horinouchi (Horinouchi Myōhō-ji keidai)

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The Precincts of Myōhō-ji Temple in Horinouchi (Horinouchi Myōhō-ji keidai)

from Famous Places in the Eastern Capital (Tōto meisho 東都名所)

1856

color woodcut on paper

9 3/4 x 7 1/4 in. (24.77 x 18.42 cm)

Hiroshige Andō
(Yaesu District, Edo [now Tokyo], Japan, 1797 - 1858, Edo [now Tokyo], Japan)

CULTURE OR GROUP:

Japanese

PERIOD:

Edo Period

OBJECT NAME:

books



CREDIT LINE:

Gift of Rachel Weller and Allen S. Weller, Dean of Fine & Applied Arts

OBJECT NUMBER:

1981-4-3

IMAGE USE:

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