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Kunisada II: Kannon Reikenki - No. 11

Kunisada II: Kannon Reikenki - No. 11

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Kunisada II and Hiroshige II  

Upper Daigo-ji in Yamashiro Province, No. 11 of the Saikoku Pilgrimage Route (Saikoku junrei jûichiban Yamashiro Kami no Daigo-ji), from the series Miracles of Kannon (Kannon reigenki)

Inscription: No. 11 Yamashiro Kami-Daigo-ji Temple

Even if it's a bad connection if the sun rises, Junreido will be happy. They cross bridges one after another, and many times they use boats to help people get around./Ozunu, the role of Mukashikaku./From Kumano to Omine, Yamabushi's journey to Yoshino began. Yue / Mineyu is a scourge / Defeating the serpent with the Seihobaku / Going from Omine to Kumano / This is called reverse Mineiri / However, touching the Seiho poisonous snake causes ulcers. Arise/If pain is unbearable/If you believe in Jundarani/It will be a nightmare of great grief/"There is a sacred water in Mt. Let's say it to the ball / Rejoice at the sacred temple and see it as if it were taught / The wounds were healed in the place / A temple was built here / You should know that the name Daigo is a name modeled after that sacred water.


Condition: Very good, not backed, cropped as shown.

Publisher: Yamadaya Shôjirô 

Date: 1858