Mt. Fuji seen from Omiya1
900 FUJIYAMA FROM OMIYA VILLAGE
[ID] 167( ID:167 )
[Photographer] Kusakabe,Kinbei
[Album] Kusakabe,Kinbei (Album)
[Place] Shizuoka
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 263x203
[Cabinet] 4-18-0
[Keyword] Fuji/community/shrine
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Mt.Fuji seen from Omiya (presently Fujinomiya). Omiya at that time had a population of more than a thousand households, and was called the front entrance to Mt.Fuji. The presence of many people including geisha holding umbrellas by the river indicates that it was a tourist spot. It was called Omiya because of the existence of Fuji Asama Shinto Shrine.