This series of sixteen prints depicts landscapes and still-life representations of various places on the way to, and at, Enoshima. On Enoshima there is an important shrine to Benten. Her messenger is the snake and therefore Enoshima became a convenient symbol for the year of publication in surimono. In this case the date of publication is likely to be 1833, a snake year.
There are at least two period editions of the prints. The first has the title within a cartouche surmounted by the symbol of the Manji-ren, the group which commissioned the original series. The second has the same seal and a seperate and hand applied seal reading jurokubantsuzuki "a set of sixteen". Keyes (1985), p. 514, lists two of the designs as facsimile reproductions, one found in all the classifications of facsimilies he makes, the other only found in group A copies