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Nihonbashi Bridge in Edo - Katsushika Hokusai - Japanese Woodcut Ukiyo-e Painting - Life Size Posters

Views of the central district of old Edo such as this are frequently characterized by three motifs: the arc of Nihonbashi (literally, "Bridge of Japan") together with the tiered roofs of Edo Castle and the distant Mt. Fuji. In addition to being the first stage of the Tokaido, Nihonbashi's distinctive form and prominent location earned it the importance of a symbol of the capital city.

Katsushika Hokusai, also known as Hokusai is a Japanese ukiyo-e painter who focused on lithographs produced in japan using a technique of wooden blocks between the seventeenth and the twentieth centuries. Most of his paintings were landscapes, historical scenes or theatrical/delightful scenes.

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