Great master of ukiyoe artist who was in the latter half of the Edo era, illustrator Hokusai Katsushika assumed the founder of Japanese scenery print again were born in court noble ditch (Kamezawa 1-4 chome) on (1760) September 23 in 1760. Because this place was the Shimousa country Katsushika territory, we introduced ourselves as Hokusai Katsushika. "Hokusai comics" which should be also known as collected studies of his painting, "mt. Fuji 36 view" that we followed should be immortal in his name.
We post 103 pieces of Hokusai work on street light, public toilet of way both sides between about 1km in court noble ditch that is place of birth in commemoration of the great achievement as "Hokusai street". People who do town walk while appreciating painting in Hokusai are frequent as it is called "Hokusai gallery".
〒130-0012 Kamezawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 1-4
From Toei Oedo Line Ryogoku Station a 3-minute walk
From JR Sobu Line Ryogoku Station a 6-minute walk