Two pairs of two unit votive slips, both with a red group mark (Hakkakuren) at the top and an advertisement for Sennyoko on the top right-hand side. The upper quadrant of each part contains fan frames with scenery. Both slips include the name Utashige. On the left slip, the group mark reads fifty-three stations (Gojusan-tsugi) and the fan is decorated with red maple flowers and pink cherry blossoms and depicts the entrance to the pleasure quarters with text that reads Nicho- machi pleasure quarters. Three slips are under the fan: the pink one reads Fuchu, the yellow one reads Suruga crafts (saiku) and Abekawa rice cake (mochi), and the green one reads Kikuura. The bottom quadrant on the left contains a depiction of a bamboo tray and some Abekawa rice cakes on a dish. The right slip reads Tokaido on the group mark. Travelers are walking toward a post town at the bottom of a mountain that has a legendary pine tree called “the pine tree of Hagoromo” are depicted with Mt. Fuji in the background in the fan frame, decorated with camellias and chrysanthemums. The three slips under the fan read Ejiri, sushi of Koyoshida, and Fuzan, respectively from the right. The bottom quadrant contains two wooden containers for sushi, one closed and one with its lid off.