New Year's Eve Fox Fires Print by Hiroshige

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Size: 30x30 cm / 12x12″

Frame: Black

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The Story Behind the New Year's Eve Fox Fires Print by Hiroshige

Created in 1857, New Year’s Eve Foxfires print is one of Hiroshige’s One Hundred Views of Edo. This imaginary scene shows white foxes gathering at the old enoki (Hackberry) tree on New Year’s Even to pay homage to the god of grain at the Ōji Inari Shrine. The Japanese woodblock print master, Hiroshige, expresses the mysterious atmosphere of the scene with the procession of foxes bearing fires in the dark forest under a starry sky.


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Museum-quality archival paper to give an authentic texture and feel

Fade-resistant, durable inks so your print will stay top-notch for decades

High-resolution, detailed images almost as good as the real thing

A variety of sizes and frames to perfectly suit your space

Produced small & local to reduce delivery times & carbon emissions

Sustainable Materials

Our paper:

Non-toxic durable FSC paper sourced from sustainably managed forests. 

Our inks:

Long-lasting archival inks with no optical brighteners used.