Hiroshige used bright colors in his prints, and he often included an objectmaybe a branch, a flag, a cat, or a flowerin the foreground with a landscape and horizon line in the background. When you look at his woodblock prints, do you feel like you are gazing across a vast distance? The 22 woodblock prints in this coloring book are shown as small pictures on the inside front and back covers. When you color them in, you might use the original colors or you might choose your own. Use the blank page at the back of the book to draw and color your favorite landscape.