Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316
Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316

Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu by Utagawa Kunisad / BJ246-316

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Type : woodblock prints, Ukiyo-e
Topic : This is a work depicting the Hina Festival in the Edo period.
Title : Mitsuaihime hiina asobi nozu
Artist : Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III)
The estimated Period : Edo period (1861)
Material : paper
Dimensions : about 373mm x 251mm (14.7in x 9.9in) Sizes are approximate and may slightly from actual size.
Weight : 4gram(0.1oz)
Condition : Antique item; (damaged by tear, spot, dirt, scribbles, worm-eaten holes, etc...) Please view pictures as they are a part of the description. Originally there were three woodcuts, but two are missing, so there is only one in total.

The work is not a modern reproduction, but an actual one which had been printed in 1861(estimated).