Vintage Japanese Postcard Museum
Final Imperial Japanese Navy Fleet Review, 1940.
“Kanto Festival at Akita City”, c. 1960.
“Fuji mountain from Suzukawa”, 1906.
Naval Base Tourism, Souvenir stamps, c. 1935.
JOAK (NHK) Radio Studios, Atago Hill, Tokyo, c. 1930.
“Honkon (Hongkong) Maru”, T.K.K. Line, 1913.
“Nasunoyoichi shooting a fan [at] a great distance”, c. 1920.
Lafcadio Hearn’s home, Matsue, Japan, c. 1950.
Surrender of the US & Philippine armies at Bataan, Philippines, April 9, 1942.
Post-earthquake Bridge Construction, Tokyo, c. 1932.
Japan Electrical Exhibition, Ueno Park, Tokyo, 1918.
The Story of Townsend Harris, first US envoy to Japan, and Okichi.
Takarazuka Revue, “Parisette”, c. 1930.
Great Manchurian Exhibition, Dairen, Manchukuo, 1933.
“Village life – competitive charm”, Nohonshugi (“Agrarian fundamentalism”) propaganda postcard, c. 1940.
Hiogo Baptist Church, c. 1910.
“Who frightened who?”, c. 1927.
The Kawakami Theater performing “Okan” at Meiji-za, Tokyo, c. 1905.
“Calpis” beverage advertisement, 1919.
Hoteiya department store, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 1929.
Emperor Meiji meets General Grant, 1879.
Ebisu, God of Good Fortune, New Year’s postcard, c. 1920.
“Anytime!!” Preparations for invasion, propaganda postcard, 1945.
Edward Prince of Wale’s visit to Japan, 1922.
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