Sakasai Ferry, No. 67 from One Hundred Famous Views of Edo
- Artist: Utagawa Hiroshige (Ando)
- Medium: Woodblock print
- Geographical Location: Japan
- Dates: 2nd month of 1857
- Period: Edo Period, Ansei Era
- Dimensions: Image: 13 1/2 x 9 in. (34.3 x 22.9 cm)
Sheet: 14 1/4 x 9 5/16 in. (36.2 x 23.7 cm)
- Markings: No publisher's seal visible, probably lost when left margin was trimmed. Date and censor seals at top margin.
- Signature: Hiroshige-ga
- Collection: Asian Art
- Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, 2N12, A411
- Accession Number: 30.1478.67
- Image: 30.1478.67_PS1.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, Nov 30, 2005
The center of attraction here are the Chinese egrets, with their bushy crests and yellow bills, that are shown inhabiting the Nakagawa River. In the distance is a lone cargo boatman and two ferries passing each other near the landing. The Sakasai ferry was named after the neighboring village on the far side and was replaced by a Sakasai Bridge in 1879, the first bridge built across the Nakagawa. The Chinese egrets, shown here, were rarely seen in the summer in Japan and today egrets of any type are rare in this densely settled part of Tokyo.