Oban Tate-e 10 by 14 ins approx.
Dyers’ Quarter, Kanda (Kanda Kon’ya-chō).
Narrow strips of cloth in a variety of blues hang from wooden frames to dry and blow like banners in the wind. They are the work of indigo dyers, most likely destined to be cut into towels, tenugui, which men tie around their heads during autumn festivals. Mt Fuji can be seen in the distance.
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