Not far from the Mannenbasi Bridge, in the lower reaches of the Sumidagawa River, the Hakozakagawa Channel separated from its main channel. At the intersection of the two arms of the river, the island of Hakozaki was formed. Behind this terrain, the name Mizumata – “fork” – was fixed. Its other name is Vakarenofunti, because there were passages of fresh and salt water that appeared in the river during the tide in the Edo Gulf.
Not far from Hakozaki, near the Sin-Ohashi Bridge, there were bulk lands of Nakadzak, which housed one of the popular entertainment districts in Edo. Here, restaurants,
In the background, Fuji rises, with a black peak and white slopes. More complex in the second version is the color of stylized fogs at the foot of Fuji. A bright yellow strip near the horizon becomes scarlet. The strip of bokasi in the later sheet passes along the bottom edge.