Of course, I was dissapointed. So I did what any sensible person would do: I bought a different Hasui print. And I added another print by a 20th century artist to my order, for good measure.
The Hasui print. It's the Silver Pavillion in Kyoto, in snow. Lovely details and colors on this one. And we've been here before, so we know the place.
A detail. Check out the coloring on the umbrellas, and the detailing of the clothing!
The 'extra' print, by Yoshida. This is the gate to the inner sanctum of the Tokugawa shrine in Nikko, in 1940. (We've been there too...) It's about half as big as the Hasui print, which makes the detailing even more impressive. The colors are a little bit more muted, though.
The prints are currently being framed!