Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895

by Seishu (Meiji era)

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Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895 by Seishu (Meiji era)

Original Meiji era Japanese Woodblock Print
Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895

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Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895 - Handsome view of Kinryuzan.Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, Kinryuzan in Tokyo. At left, the gate towers above the small figures on the plaza below, with huge red paper lanterns inside the entrance. In the distance at upper left, Japan's first Western-style skyscraper, the octagonal Asakusa Ryounkaku Tower, can be seen. An interesting subject.

Artist - Seishu (Meiji era)

Image Size - 13" x 8 3/8" + margins as shown

Condition - This print with good color and detail as shown. Small tear at edge, hole, repaired. Wrinkling, creasing, slight toning, ink marks. Please see photos for details.

Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895 by Seishu (Meiji era)
Kinryuzan, Asakusa Kanzeon Temple, 1895 by Seishu (Meiji era)

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