100 famous views of Edo
Compound of the Tenjin Shrine at Kameido

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Utagawa Hiroshige: Compound of the Tenjin Shrine at Kameido
From the series: 100 famous views of Edo, 1858

The sheet shows a section of the garden compound of the Tenjin (also Tenman) shrine in Makeido. Hiroshige focuses the view of the observer onto the beautiful sights in the area: the wisteria and a finely formed drum bridge.
There were two drum bridges in this garden, a smaller and a larger. The smaller was of stone and was seen as “feminine”. The larger was of wood and regarded as “masculine”. (From the publication: Ukiyo-e Reloaded. The MAK Collection of Japanese Colored Woodblock prints. Edited by Peter Noever, with contributions by Brigitte Moser, Beate Murr and Johannes Wieninger. MAK Vienna / Hatje Cantz Ostfildern-Ruit, 2005).

Our prints are produced here at the MAK ensuring a faithfully reproduction. We use archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.

You can choose from 2 different papers:

  • Art Prints are produced on acid free high quality paper from the German manufacturer Hahnemühle (100 % cotton)
  • Standard Prints are produced on matte photographic paper

Please choose from these sizes:

  • A4: 29 x 19 cm
  • A3: 41 x 28 cm
  • A2: 59 x 39 cm