For a span of nearly three centuries, Tokyo was called Edo. During the “Edo Period,” a form of woodblock printing called ukiyo-e flourished. One ukiyo-e series called “One Hundred Famous Views of Edo” offers stunning glimpses of the city from various vantages, providing us a crucial window into what life might have been like then. The peaceful wintertime motif that our Meguro Drum Bridge Knee High Sock is based is like a moment frozen in time.
Hiroshige, Meguro Drum Bridge (from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo), ca. 1856-1859. Ukiyo-e style woodblock printing.
49% Polyester, 48% Cotton, 3% Spandex.
Approximately fits women's shoe size 5-10 and men's shoe size 3.5-8.5.