Cascading off Mount Tado, Yoro Waterfall was a natural meisho (famous place) of Mino Province. In this striking composition, Hiroshige evokes a sense awe, perhaps as profound as that felt before the actual waterfall. At first glance, the eye is drawn to the column of blue and white down the length of the page. After a moment, the overhanging pines establish a sense of scale, while the blushing clouds suggest a staggering height. Finally, in the white of the cascade, the use of karazuri (blind printing) adds texture to the water, embossing the paper and suggesting movement. Yoro Waterfall remains a tourist destination today. The former Mino Province now belongs to southern Gifu Prefecture.