Thirty-six enjoyments of Edo: Asuka-yama Kawarake-nage
Painted by Utagawa Toyokuni III and Utagawa Hiroshige II 1864 (Genji 1) Tokyo Shiryō Collection 0521-C2

Kawarake-nage was a play of throwing unglazed or sun-dried earthenware from a high place with prayers for warding off evil and enjoying watching them flying in the wind. The place where the game was performed most often was Asuka-yama in Edo.