July 3, 2008 | 12:00 a.m. CDTTitle: Mt. Fuji from Okitsu River, 1928
From the research: Mt. Fuji, the tallest in Japan, is frequently used in Japanese art. Here two men are fishing at daybreak before Fuji on the Okitsu River, which is the only place to fish for ayu (freshwater sweet fish) in Eastern Japan.
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