Ancient Ukiyo-e Landscapes In Real Life

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NATURE: Ancient Ukiyo-e Landscapes, in Real Life

A new interactive map pinpoints the locations of hundreds of famous ‘ukiyo-e’ paintings, allowing fans to follow in the footsteps of one of Japan’s greatest artists. Ukiyo-e Map plots over 200 of artist Utagawa Hiroshige’s famous prints, including The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido, allowing enthusiasts to pinpoint the exact location they depicted, several hundred years ago.

And if it’s ukiyo-e you’re interested in, don’t miss the world’s smallest ukiyo-e museum, tucked away down a Kyoto backstreet.

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