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Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)

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Actors at the Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido

[Yakusha mitate] Tokaido gojusan tsugi no uchi

Thirty-Six Famous Geisha

Meigi sanju rokkasen

Calendrical Notations

Ten Views of Mt. Fuji from Edo

Edo no Fuji jukkei no uchi

Fashionable Parodies of the Immortal Poets

Furyu Mitate-e Rokkasen

One Hundred Beauties from Famous Places in Edo

Edo meisho hyakunin bijo

Famous Restaurants of the Eastern Capital

Toto komei kaiseki zukushi

Twenty-Four Pleasures of Beauties of the Present Day

Nijushi ko toji no hanamono

Comparisons for Thirty-Six Selected Poems

Mitate Sanjurokkasen no Uchi

Seven Calligraphic Models for Each Character in the Kana Syllabary

Seisho nanatsu iroha

Contest of Flowers Expressing Their Feelings

Hanasoroi shussei kurabe

Sixty-Nine Stations of the Kisokaido Road

Kisokaido rokujukyu eki

Mirrors for Collage Pictures in the Modern Style

Imayo oshi-e kagami

Heroic Commoners in Kabuki

Rien kyokaku den

Modern Suikonden

Tosei suikoden

Fifty-three Stations Along the Tokaido

Tokaido gojusan tsugi no uchi

Comparison of Flowers of the Stations

Iro kurabe hana no miyakoji

Mirrors as Stylish Collage Pictures

Imayo oshi-e kagami

Comparison of the Fans of Current Actors

Tosei haiyu hiiki kurabe

Seven Episodes of Komachi of Yoshiwara

Yoshiwara nana Komachi

Humorous Matching Pictures

Gie kyodai

A Contest of Beauties, Spring Dawn

Bijin awase, Haru no akebono

Backstage

Shadow Pictures of a Benevolent Reign

Arigataki miyo no kage-e

Genji Incense Signs

Genji-ko no zu

Current Patterns of the Underworld

Jidai moyo ataru shiranami

kikumon

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