Saitō Chōshū (1737–1799)
Saitō Kansai (1772–1818)
Saitō Gesshin (1804–1878)
Hasegawa Settan (d. 1843)
Illustrations of Famous Places in Edo (Edo meisho zue), vol. 16 of 20
Japan, Edo period (1615–1868), 1834–36
Woodblock-printed book; ink on paper
Hill, Norman D., 1938 (1960)

While Hiroshige’s print Kinryūzan Temple, Asakusa (on display nearby) shows the "famous place" in a moment of stillness and serenity, this illustration by Hasegawa Settan reveals what a lively crowd it can attract during the Setsubun festival, which celebrates the conclusion of winter.