This is a series of prints by the Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock print artist Hiroshige. The Tōkaidō or "Eastern Sea Road" was the major transport artery between Edo, now Tōkyō, and Kyōto . Along this road there were 53 intermediary post stations providing stables, food and lodging for travellers. Testing is multiple choice only. The station number and translated print subtitle are given as attributes. A description of each print is given under "more".
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