Product images of At Shimoda, south coast of Japan
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At Shimoda, south coast of Japan
Shimoda, now Shimoda City, is a coastal town on the eastern side of the peninsula which forms the western limit of the Sagami-nada Sea, south of Yokohama and Tokyo. Butt's view looks down from a hillside onto a scene of flat cultivation, though bare given this is a winter scene. The house or farm on the left also has a flat garden terrace levelled up by a retaining wall. Other houses lie beyond the fields below, beneath a distinctive and forested conical hill.
Lt. James Henry Butt
Original size: 123 mm x 175 mm
- Image reference: PT2091
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London