Vintage Japanese Postcard Museum
“All the staff and students of Kinjo Girls’ School”, Nagoya, c. 1920.
“Doll-maker”, c. 1930.
USS <span style="font-style: normal;">Saratoga</span> torpedoed, propaganda postcard, 1942.
“Imperial Princesses Making Bandages”, Russo-Japanese War, c. 1904.
“Year of the Tiger”, New Year’s postcard, 1938.
The Temple of the 33,333 images of Kwannon, Sanjūsangen-dō, Kyoto, c. 1920.
“A fishing place in Awaji”, Hyogo Prefecture, c. 1920.
“Japanese troops marching scene to Ping Yang (Pyongyang) [in 1894]”, Russo-Japanese War propaganda postcard, c. 1905.
Kabuki stage makeup (kumadori), c. 1930.
Hotel Kokusai Kanko, Marunouchi, Tokyo, c. 1965.
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Asakusa, Tokyo, c. 1920.
Butokuden (Military Arts Hall), Suwayama Park, Kobe, c. 1910.
View of Kobe Harbor and Nakayamate Catholic Cathedral, Kobe, c. 1925.
Mampei Hotel, Karuizawa, c. 1940.
Hadakajima & Tobishima, Naruto Strait, Shikoku, c. 1930.
Azabu Prince Hotel, Tokyo, c. 1960.
Earthquake refugee camp on the Imperial Palace plaza, Tokyo, 1923.
“Tea-farming”, c. 1920.
Mt. Yarigatake, Japan Alps, Nagano Prefecture, c. 1940.
Changing fashion (school uniform), c. 1920.
“Monument of [Hill] 203”, Port Arthur, Manchuria, c. 1910.
“The Cannon-ball of Ohato”, Nagasaki, c. 1910.
Menoyu Ryokan, Asama hot springs, Matsumoto, c. 1930.
15th International Conference of the Red Cross commemorative postcard and stamps, Tokyo, 1934.
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