In front of Seiyo-ken Restaurant,Ueno Park
[ID] 3155กกกก( ID:3155 )
[Photographer] unknown
[Album] Shimooka Renjo ?
[Place] Tokyo
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 269x210
[Cabinet] 64-53-0
[Keyword] park/flowers and trees/statue of Buddha

The smaller size of the cherry trees on the right indicates that this photograph was taken some time before photographs #2425 and 2651. However, the date is later than photograph #4799 by Usui Shuzaburo because the cherry trees have grown. The sign board of the "Seiyoken Annex" faces in a direction different from that in photograph #4799. Insho-tei appears in a 1891stone print by Katsuyama Eizaburo, but since the cherry trees are somewhat taller in that print, this photograph was probably taken around 1887.