A Comparison of the Special Dishes of Restaurants in the Imperial City: The Hirakiyo restaurant at Fukagawa
(Koto kaiseki beppin kurabe: Fukagawa Hirakiyo)
signed oju Yoshitoshi with seal, and in the red cartouche Hohitsu (assistant brush) Toshinobu, publisher's date and address seal Meiji juichinen, shigatsu, nika; [Tokyo Nihonbashi-dori] Nichome 4-banchi, shuppanjin Kobayashi Tatsujiro (Meiji 11 , April 2) of Maruya Tetsujiro of Enjudo
oban tate-e 14 3/4 by 9 7/8 in., 37.4 by 25 cm
The beauty pausing beside the large stone lantern is identified as Miyakichi of Shinbashi.
Highlights of Japanese Printmaking: Part Five - Yoshitoshi, Scholten Japanese Art, New York, 2017, cat. no. 61
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