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Along the Nakasendo

In the Edo Period (1603-1868), the Nakasendo byway connected Kyoto with Edo (present-day Tokyo). The coastal Tokaido byway was often frequented by daimyo, the lords of Japan’s feudal provinces, and their processions on their regular trips to pay respect to the shoguns in Edo. The Nakasendo byway, meanwhile, wound through the mountains and was less crowded. Many of the post-towns that catered to weary travellers still exist, including this one, captured on a snowy winter's afternoon.

Specs:
・Limited edition print, one of 50

・High-quality reproduction
 on Pictorico Pro Soft Gloss paper (300m)
Paper size:  483mm x 329mm

Frame Specs:
Black aluminium frame with clear acrylic glazing
Bevel edged white mount
Adjustable hanging fixtures already attached
Ready to hang on wall
Frame size: 600mm x 445mm

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