We had a half day in Nikko and managed to see a few more temples then on the way back to the station we came across an antique/junk shop which sold sewing boxes, needles, old Kokeshi dolls (a bit heavy to carry) and some wonderful woodblock prints (Ukiyo-e). I really would have liked to have bought this print which shows the railway in Yokohama (possibly the opening of the line) and Japanese men wearing western clothing. I'm not sure if these woodcuts show rich people or royalty. I tried to find more of the woodcuts in the museums and galleries in Yokohama but I only found a few and although there used to be a print museum, according to Tourist Information office, it is now closed. There is more information on the railway in Japan at this website, Yokohama station was opened in 1872. The prints I found in Yokohama were by Hiroshige II, a pupil of Hiroshige.