Hiroshige is one of the most important artists of the Japanese
woodblock print and is considered a master of "ukiyo-e," the
"pictures of the floating world." His evocative illustrations show
mainly landscapes and scenes from the capital Edo, today's Tokyo.
Nearly 200 images immerse the viewer in the world of
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