“This map shows the path of the Tokaido, and the location of each station. The stations are numbered starting from the Tokyo end, and the numbering conventionally includes the start and termination as well as the stations; for this reason, most print series showing the stages of the Tokaido actually include 55 images.” J. Noel Chiappa
Stages of the Tokaido Highway: inside back cover (showing box fasteners), boxed set of William Zacha’s 55 Tokaido Journey serigraphs. Limited edition (1985).
Route of the Old Tokaido Road, overleaf, from the boxed set of 55 Tokaido Journey serigraphs by William Zacha. Limited edition (1985).
The dark navy cloth-bound Tokaido Journey box unfolded: on the left, a map with showing each station on the Tokaido Road,on the right, the table of contents, and, in the center, the serigraphs of the 55 stations, with 01.Nihonbashi on top.
Silkscreened title page of the Tokaido Journey presentation box holding the complete set of William Zacha’s 55 Tokaido Journey serigraphs. Limited edition (1985).
Tokaido Journey boxed set, open to title page, and a list of the 55 stations of William Zacha’s Tokaido Road journey. Limited edition (1985).
Floating World (1985). Serigraph by Bill Zacha, created to illustrate the title page of his Tokaido Journey boxed set. Serigraph. WZ1985TJ56
55. Kyoto Sanjo-ohashi