Oda, Kazuma (1881 - 1956)
Depicted is Nikoraido (Nicholas' house), the Cathedral of the Holy Resurrection, built on Surugada Hill, Tokyo's highest place, between 1884 and 1891 under the supervision of Josiah Conder. Its nickname refers to its founder and first bishop, Nicholas Kasatkin.
Paper size: 36.3 x 25.8 cm. Published before the great earthquake of Sept. 1st 1923.
Fine impression, colours and condition
Rare, as are all woodblock prints by Kazuma Oda from this period.
Please compare this print with the print by Un'ichi Hiratsuka showing the same cathedral after the earthquake of 1923.
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