Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Hiroshige)

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View of Mount Fuji from Satta Point in the Suruga Bay
23 - The Sea off Satta.jpg
Artist Hiroshige
Year 1859
Type woodcut

Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Japanese: 富士三十六景; Fuji Sanjū-Rokkei) is the title of two series of woodblock prints by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Andō Hiroshige, depicting Mount Fuji in differing seasons and weather conditions from a variety of different places and distances. The 1852 series are in landscape orientation; the 1858 series are in portrait orientation.[1] The same subject had previously been dealt with by Hokusai in two of his own series, Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji and One Hundred Views of Mount Fuji.

Prints[edit]

Note: All locations use the modern place names.

1852 series[edit]

This series was published by Sanoya. The images are shown in the order as determined by the Yamanashi Prefectural Museum.[2] There is an alternate numbering scheme that corresponds to that given by Edmond de Goncourt in his work on Hokusai.[3]

Image Japanese title Translated title Location Notes
2 Chiyo Promentory at Meguro in Eastern Capital (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 東都目黒千代が崎
Tōto meguro chiyogasaki
Chiyo Promontory at Meguro in the Eastern Capital 東京都目黒区
Meguro, Tokyo
4 Hiroshige, Rough Sea at Shichirigahama in Sagami Province, 1852.jpg 相模七里か濱風波
Sagami shichirigahama fūha
Rough Sea at Shichirigahama ("Seven Ri Beach") in Sagami Province 神奈川県鎌倉市
Kamakura, Kanagawa
11 Tanabata Festival in Edo (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 大江戸市中七夕祭
Ōedo shichū tanabata matsuri
Tanabata Festival in Edo 東京都千代田区
Chiyoda, Tokyo
15 Below Ryogoku Bridge in Eastern Capital (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 東都両国橋下
Tōto ryōgokubashi shita
Below Ryōgoku Bridge in the Eastern Capital 東京都墨田区・台東区
Sumida/Taitō, Tokyo
16 Aoyama in Eastern Capital (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 東都青山
Tōto aoyama
Aoyama in the Eastern Capital 東京都港区・渋谷区
Minato/Shibuya, Tokyo
17 Tama River in Musashi Province (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 武蔵多満川
Musashi tamagawa
Tama River in Musashi Province 東京都日野市
Hino, Tokyo
18 Sagami River (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 相模川
Sagamigawa
Sagami River 神奈川県海老名市・厚木市
Ebina/Atsugi, Kanagawa
24 Mount Fuji seen from Kinegawa, a village on the far east sid Wellcome V0047279.jpg 東都木下川田甫
Tōto Kinegawa tanbo
Field in Kinegawa 東京都葛飾区・墨田区
Katsushika/Sumida, Tokyo
26 Path Through Rice Fields at Omori (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 東海道大森縄手
Tōkaidō Ōmori Nawate
Path through Rice Fields at Ōmori (or Ōiso) on the Tōkaidō Road 東京都大田区大森
Ōmori, Ōta, Tokyo
29 Valley of Approach at Oyama in Sagami Province (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 相模大山来迎谷
Sagami ōyama raigōdani
Valley of Approach at Ōyama in Sagami Province 神奈川県伊勢原市
Isehara, Kanagawa
32 Dog Eye Pass in Kai Province (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 甲斐犬目峠
Kai inume tōge
Inume ("Dog Eye") Pass in Kai Province 山梨県上野原市
Uenohara, Yamanashi
33 Back View of Fuji from Dream Mtn in Kai Province (Hiroshige, 1852).jpg 甲斐夢山裏富士
Kai yumeyama urafuji
Back View of Fuji from Dream Mountain in Kai Province 山梨県甲府市
Kōfu, Yamanashi

1858 series[edit]

Image Japanese title Translated title Location Notes
0 00 - Contents.jpg 表紙目録 Table of contents
1 01 - Ichikobu Bridge.jpg 東都一石ばし
Tōto ichikokubashi
Ichikoku Bridge in the Eastern Capital 東京都中央区八重洲・中央区日本橋本石町
Yaesu/Hongoku, Nihonbashi, Chūō, Tokyo
2 Hiroshige - The Suruga District.jpg 東都駿河町
Tōto Surugachō
The Suruga District in the Eastern Capital 東京都千代田区駿河台
Surugadai, Chiyoda, Tokyo
3 03 - Sukiyagahsi.jpg 東都数奇屋河岸
Tōto sukiyagashi
Sukiyagashi in the Eastern Capital 東京都中央区
Chūō, Tokyo
4 04 - Off Tsukuda Island.jpg 東都佃沖
Tōto tsukuda oki
Off Tsukuda Island in the Eastern Capital 東京都中央区佃
Tsukuda, Chūō, Tokyo
5 05 - Ochanomizu.jpg 東都御茶の水
Tōto ochanomizu
Ochanomizu in the Eastern Capital 東京都千代田区駿河台・文京区湯島
Surugadai, Chiyoda/Yushima, Bunkyō, Tokyo
6 06 - Ryogoku.jpg 東都両ごく
Tōto ryōgoku
Ryōgoku in the Eastern Capital 東京都墨田区両国
Ryōgoku, Sumida, Tokyo
7 Hiroshige, 36 Views of Mount Fuji Series 7.jpg 東都墨田堤
Tōto sumida tsutsumi
The Sumida Embankment in the Eastern Capital 東京都墨田区向島
Mukōjima, Sumida, Tokyo
8 Hiroshige - Asukayama.jpg 東都あすか山Tōto asukayama Mt. Asuka in the Eastern Capital 東京都北区王子
Ōji, Kita, Tokyo
9 09 - The Teahouse with the View of Mt. Fuji.jpg 雑司かや不二見茶や
Zōshigaya fujimi chaya
The Teahouse with the View of Mt. Fuji at Zōshigaya 東京都豊島区雑司が谷
Zōshigaya, Toshima, Tokyo
10 Hiroshige - Twilight Hill, Meguro.jpg 東都目黒夕日か岡
Toto meguro yūhigaoka
Twilight Hill at Meguro in the Eastern Capital 東京都目黒区目黒
Meguro, Tokyo
11 11 - Wild Goose Hill and the Tone River.jpg 鴻之臺戸根川
Kōnodai tonegawa
Wild Goose Hill and the Tone River 千葉県市川市国府台
Kōnodai, Ichikawa, Chiba
12 Hiroshige - Koganei.jpg 武蔵小金井
Musashi koganei
Koganei in Musashi Province 東京都小金井市
Koganei, Tokyo
13 13 - The Tama River.jpg 武蔵玉川
Musashi tamagawa
The Tama River in Musashi Province 東京都日野市[4]
Hino, Tokyo
14 Hiroshige - Koshigaya.jpg 武蔵越が谷在
Musashi koshigaya zai
Koshigaya in Musashi Province 埼玉県越谷市
Koshigaya, Saitama
15 15 - Noge and Yokohama.jpg 武蔵野毛横濱
Musashi noge yokohama
Noge and Yokohama in Musashi Province 神奈川県横浜市
Yokohama, Kanagawa
16 16 - Cherry Blossoms at Hommoku.jpg 武蔵本牧のはな
Musashi honmoku no hana
Cherry Blossoms at Honmoku in Musashi Province 神奈川県横浜市中区本牧
Honmoku, Naka-ku, Yokohama
17 17 - The Sea off the Miura Peninsula.jpg 相州三浦之海上
Sōshū miura no kaijō
The Sea off the Miura Peninsula in Sagami Province 神奈川県三浦市
Miura-shi, Kanagawa-ken
18 18 - The Sagami River.jpg さがみ川
Sagamigawa
The Sagami River 神奈川県海老名市・厚木市
Ebina/Atsugi, Kanagawa
19 19 - The Seven Ri Beach.jpg 相摸七里か濱
Sagami shichirigahama
The Seven Ri Beach in Sagami Province 神奈川県鎌倉市
Kamakura, Kanagawa
20 20 - The Entrance Gate at Enoshima.jpg 相摸江之島入口
Sagami enoshima iriguchi
The Entrance gate at Enoshima in Sagami Province 神奈川県藤沢市
Fujisawa, Kanagawa
21 21 - Lake at Hakone.jpg はこ根の湖すい
Hakone no kosui
Lake at Hakone 神奈川県箱根町
Hakone, Kanagawa
22 Hiroshige - The Izu Mountains.jpg 伊豆の山中
Izu no sanchū
The Izu Mountains 静岡県伊豆市
Izu, Shizuoka
Jōren Falls
23 23 - The Sea off Satta.jpg 駿河薩タ之海上
Suruga satta no kaijō
The Sea off Satta in Suruga Province 静岡県静岡市清水区
Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka
24 24 - The Pine Forest of Mio.jpg 駿河三保之松原
Suruga miho no matsubara
The Pine Forest of Miho in Suruga Province 静岡県静岡市清水区
Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka
Miho no Matsubara
25 25 - Fuji on the Left of Tokaido Road.jpg 東海堂左り不二
Tōkaidō hidari fuji
Fuji on the left of the Tōkaidō Road 静岡県富士市依田橋
Yodabashi, Fuji, Shizuoka
26 26 - The Oi River Between Suruga and Totomi Provinces.jpg 駿遠大井川
Sun'en ōigawa
The Ōi River between Suruga and Totomi Provinces 静岡県島田市
Shimada, Shizuoka
27 Hiroshige, Futamigaura in Ise Province, 1858.jpg 伊勢二見か浦
Ise futamigaura
Futami Bay in Ise Province 三重県伊勢市
Ise, Mie
28 Hiroshige - 36 Views of Fuji-san - 28. Lake Suwa.jpg 信州諏訪之湖
Shinshū suwa no mizūmi
Lake Suwa in Shinano Province 長野県諏訪市
Suwa, Nagano
29 Hiroshige - 36 Views of Fuji-san - 29. Shiojiri Pass.jpg 信濃塩尻峠
Shinano shiojiritōge
Shiojiri Pass in Shinano Province 長野県岡谷市・塩尻市
Okaya/Shiojiri, Nagano
30 Hiroshige Mt fuji 4.jpg 甲斐御坂越
Kai misikagoshi
Misaka Pass in Kai Province 山梨県富士河口湖町
Fujikawaguchiko, Yamanashi
31 31- The Otsuki Plain.jpg 甲斐大月の原
Kai ōtsukinohara
The Ōtsuki Plain in Kai Province 山梨県大月市
Ōtsuki, Yamanashi
32 32 - Dog Eye Pass.jpg 甲斐犬目峠
Kai inumetōge
Dog Eye Pass in Kai Province 山梨県上野原市
Uenohara, Yamanashi
33 33 - Kogane Plain.jpg 下総小金原
Shimōsa koganehara
Kogane Plain in Shimōsa Province 千葉県松戸市
Matsudo, Chiba
34 34 - Kuroto Bay.jpg 上総黒戸の浦
Kazusa kuroto no ura
Kuroto Bay in Kazusa Province 千葉県木更津市
Kisarazu, Chiba
35 35 Mt. Rokusu.jpg 上総鹿埜山
Kazusa kanōzan
Mt. Kanō in Kazusa Province 千葉県君津市
Kimitsu, Chiba
36 36 - The Hoda Coast.jpg 房州保田ノ海岸
Bōshū hota no kaigan
The Hota Coast in Awa Province 千葉県鋸南町
Kyonan, Chiba

References[edit]

  1. ^ Forbes, Andrew; Henley, David (2014). Utagawa Hiroshige’s 36 Views of Mount Fuji (full 1858 series, portrait orientation). Chiang Mai: Cognoscenti Books. ASIN: B00KD7CZ9O
  2. ^ "博物館資料のなかの『富士山』" ["Mount Fuji" in the Museum Collection] (in Japanese). Yamanashi Prefectural Museum. Retrieved 2018-06-08. 
  3. ^ Stewart, Basil (1922). "The Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji". A Guide to Japanese Prints. New York: E.P. Dutton and Company. 
  4. ^ "博物館資料のなかの『富士山』: 山梨県立博物館 -Yamanashi Prefectural Museum-". 

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