"Sixty-nine Stations of Kiso Road" is the series of 71 ukiyoe prints published from 1835 through 1842. This picture depicts the state of near the fifth Ageo-syuku from Nihonbashi (Tokyo). The farmer selects cereals carefully and packs in a straw bag. In the farmer's house, filature by counterbore has been carried out. Many people of Edo had worshiped Adjacent Kamo Shrine at that time.


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