Utagawa Hiroshige III (三代目歌川広重; c. 1842 - March 28, 1894), also known as Andō Tokubei (安藤徳兵), was a Japanese woodblock artist of the Meiji era. He was a student and later son-in-law of Utagawa Hiroshige, often considered the last master of the ukiyo-e genre. Most of Hiroshige III's work falls within the Yokohama-e genre, depicting foreigners or foreigner technologies and styles in Japan.