The museum has a collection of about 1,400 masterpieces, mainly landscape prints by ukiyoe (woodblock print) artist Hiroshige Utagawa, including the "Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido. The museum also features a wide variety of special exhibitions. There is also a print printing corner in the museum (300 yen for the experience).
"Yui, Satta Ridge"
This painting depicts a spectacular view of Suruga Bay and Mt. Fuji over Satta Pass, which was called a difficult place to pass. The contrast between the small traveler and the roughness of the cliff and the calm sea is wonderful.
"Okutsu, Okitsu River"
This humorous painting depicts a rikishi crossing the Okitsu River on a basket and another traveling on a horse. The shallow riverbed of the Okitsu River gives the impression of a relaxed atmosphere.
"Ejiri, Miho Distant View"
The number of boats coming and going conveys a lively atmosphere. Miho-no-Matsubara can also be seen beyond the boats.