Product images of Yobuko, west coast, Japan
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Yobuko, west coast, Japan
A country view towards an inlet from the sea, with a road in the foreground. To the left Japanese figures stand beside a wayside shrine with an elevated statue of a seated Budda. The people appear poor: the tattered short dress of one suggests a beggar, with another similar figure on the other side of the road, so they may be soliciting alms from passers-by. Yobuko is on the east side of a deep bay in northern Kyushu, inside Kabe island (much larger than any islands shown here) which lies across a strait to the north.
Lt. James Henry Butt
Original size: 170 mm x 248 mm
- Image reference: PT2070
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London