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English: Kishū kumano iwatake tori (Iwatake mushroom gathering at Kumano in Kishu) from Hiroshige II's Shokoku meisho hyakkei ("100 famous views of Japan" or "100 famous views of the provinces").
Français : «Cueuilette des champignons Iwatake at Kumano dans le Kishu», extrait de «100 fameuses vues du Japon» par Hiroshige II.
Date 1860
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