Hakone, by Utagawa Hiroshige
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Note: Due to the age of the original art piece, this design has signs of distress. Please look carefully at the product photos before purchasing.
Artist: Utagawa Hiroshige
Date: 1833 – 1834
Artist Hiroshige captures the rugged terrain of Hakone Pass. The hats of those enduring this treacherous journey are seen in this image. Mt. Fuji sits in the distant landscape majestically covered in white snow.
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