The Seasons and Their Fashions, Brocade Prints from the Capital: Title Page
(Mitsui gonomi miyako no nishiki: Mokuroku)
album index; signed (first line on right) Mizuno Toshikata hitsu, with the title, Mitsui gonomi miyako no nishiki: Mokuroku, followed by the list of print titles, signed (last line on the left) Kokkeido hangi with the seal Akiyama (publisher Akiyama Buemon of Kokkeido) followed by the carver's seal, Muneoka chokoku, commissioned by Mitsui department store, 1893
oban yoko-e 9 3/4 by 14 5/8 in., 24.9 by 37.3 cm
Listed print titles:
Haru no no
Uba ga ie
Tonari no ko
Asa no yuki
Tokyo Metropolitan Library (archive.library.metro.tokyo.jp), accession no. 0717-C3-1
(inv. no. 10-1937)
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