Product images of Karia [Kariya], west coast of Japan
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Karia [Kariya], west coast of Japan
The drawing shows a country scene at the bend or possibly junction of a stream, which has a path running alongside a raised stone levee that bears a small house under trees. High wooded ground rises behind with fields to the right, with a small torii standing on their edge. A woman in a kimono, with a formal headdress, appears to be walking by the stream. To the right a bare-footed field worker in a short blue tunic and wide Japanese hat carries two buckets hanging from a pole across his right shoulder. Kariya lies on the west coast of Kyushu in the north-eastern corner of Kariya Bay under the promontory of Takaiwa Hana, which closes the bay to the north opposite Kyodomari on the western side.
Lt. James Henry Butt
Original size: 173 mm x 242 mm
- Image reference: PT2078
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London