Japanese woodblock print depicting a large daimyo procession at "Fujikawa" from the series "Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido" by Yoshitora (flourished circa 1850's-1870's). The roadside shops are lined with villagers watching at open windows and a row of villagers bow as the procession passes. The signature of the artist is at the lower left corner of the image. The title cartouche is at the upper right. Vertical oban print measuring 13"V x 8 3/4"H. The print is in good overall condition. The colors are fairly fresh (the green and yellow have not faded to blue and cream). The paper is very fine and the image and baren marks are clearly visible on the back. There are some small worm holes and thinned areas as well as some repairs to the paper along the top edge. The margins were trimmed to the image. There is minor soiling evident.