HAKONE / HIROSHIGE UTAGAWA| Men's Blouson

HAKONE / HIROSHIGE UTAGAWA| Men's Blouson

275.00

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Japanese name/ 東海道五十三次 箱根 歌川広重 (Toukaidou gojusantsugi hakone Utagawa Hiroshige)

-About-
Hiroshige was born in 1797 in the Yayosu Quay section of the Yaesu area in Edo (modern Tokyo). An invitation to join an official procession to Kyoto in 1832 gave Hiroshige the opportunity to travel along the Tōkaidō route that linked the two capitals. He sketched the scenery along the way, and when he returned to Edo he produced the series The Fifty-three Stations of the Tōkaidō, which contains some of his best-known prints. This is print11 Hakone.

・100% Cotton (Lining polyester100% / Rib Cotton45%, Polyester45% polyurethane,10%)
・Made in Japan
・Urban style
・Dry clean

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