Cat Looking at Rice-fields near Asakusa Mounted Postcard

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Exclusive to the British Museum, a mounted postcard of Cat looking at rice-fields near Asakusa (1857) by Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858).

The delightful image, entitled Asakusa Tanbo Tori-no Machi Mode, shows a cat looking out of a window at the rice-fields in Asakusa. The image formed part of Hiroshige’s series Meisho Edo Hyakkei (“One Hundred Famous Views of Edo").

A tranquil piece of home art celebrating the history of Japanese art.

  • Product Code: CMCE19480
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: Postcard: H14 x L10cm
    With mount: H25.5 x L20.5cm
  • Material: Invercote board
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg

Exclusive to the British Museum, a mounted postcard of Cat looking at rice-fields near Asakusa (1857) by Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858).

The delightful image, entitled Asakusa Tanbo Tori-no Machi Mode, shows a cat looking out of a window at the rice-fields in Asakusa. The image formed part of Hiroshige’s series Meisho Edo Hyakkei (“One Hundred Famous Views of Edo").

A tranquil piece of home art celebrating the history of Japanese art.

  • Product Code: CMCE19480
  • Product Weight: 0.1Kg
  • Dimensions: Postcard: H14 x L10cm
    With mount: H25.5 x L20.5cm
  • Material: Invercote board
  • Postage Weight: 0.10 Kg
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