Woodcut print. Title in a red rectangle in the upper right hand corner of the print. Colors are primarily greens and blues for the landscape and clothing, while the hats and straw mats are a faded yellow, and the trees are a solid brown.
Group of three travelers walking along a path (the Tokaido Road) underneath trees. Another group of travelers is seated to the left under a tree. To the right is a man reclining under another tree. The road extends in the background into the distance, noticable by the line of trees that follow it. Smaller images of other travelers can be seen in the distance.
The Wonderful Albino Family./Rudolph Lucasie, Wife and Children, from Madagascar./They have pure White Skin, Silken White Hair and Pink Eyes!!/Have been exhibited at Barnum's Museum, N.Y. for Three Years.
In the center and right foreground, taking up most of the scene, are clustered buildings with tiled roofs, casting large dark shadows. In the background, at the upper left portion, the hillside can be seen, depicted by trees and a river that cuts through diagonally. In the upper left-most portion, the geometric shapes of plowed fields can be seen.