View of Nango (written Nangi/Nanki) pine grove, and Mount Fuji on the left side of the Tôkaidô Road, between the stations of Fujisawa and Hiratsuka. This area was one of the rare sections of the Tôkaidô Road where Mount Fuji
could be seen on the left side, going from Edo to Kyôto. Thus it was called "Hidari-Fuji" i.e. "left
"Famous Sights of the Fifty-three Stations" is a collection of 55 prints released by Hiroshige in his later years, and was published in 1855 byTsutaya Kichizō (Kōeidō). It is commonly called "Tate-e Tôkaidô" (Vertical Tôkaidô or Upright Tôkaidô) because it is the only vertical large-format tate-e among the many Tôkaidô series that Hiroshige drew.