They are (in order of appearance). Kan'ei-ji Temple at Tôeizan. They show beautiful landscape scenery with architecture of the temples, and people in traditional Japanese wardrobe walking to and fro. Some of them look like samurais, geishas (women in kimono) and Buddhist monks.
They also have writings on the top. Which may be descriptions of the places, or poems/poetry. They are encased in glass front, gilt wood frame. Please note that this is wrong information, written by previous owner. Approximate dimensions of the frames are: 13.25" tall, 11.75" wide.
The images are about 8.25" tall, and 5.75" wide. Similar works by Shigemasa are part of permanent collection in many museums such as. The Metropolitan Museum, Brooklyn Museum, and Museum of Fine Arts Boston. These are very old, rare, masterfully illustrated works of Japanese art. That is in good vintage condition overall.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Japan\Prints". The seller is "bambu" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.