Tokyo kaika meisho Kyobashi Ishizukuri Ginza dori Ryogawa Renga ishi Shoka seiei no zu
It clearly shows the prosperity of Ginza in the early Meiji Period. There was a bridge over the Kyobashi River that was at that time, and it is the Ginza area seen from the Kyobashi side. From that time Ginza was the first downtown when going to Kyoto from Nihonbashi. It was quickest westernized and stone buildings line up. It is valuable material that we can see the main transportation means at the time, such as a coaching carriage and rickshaw. It was taken up as a teaching material of society many times.