He became a popular artist in the landscape woodblock prints "Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido" published in 1833-34(Tempo4-5).Hiroshige's works are impressive using indigo color, also called "Hiroshige Blue" or "Japan Blue" and are loved. His original composition and unique color expression gained popularity as "Japonism" in the 19th century.

Jumantubo Plain at Fukagawa Susaki
"Shono" Hakuu
Please note that some works may not be available depending on the contents of the exhibition.