Vintage Japanese Postcard Museum
“Princess Turandot”, Takarazuka Revue advertising postcard, Tokyo, 1934.
Emperor Taisho 25th Wedding Anniversary, 1925.
Grand Fleet Review, Osaka-Kobe, 1930.
Sannō Hie Shrine, Nagatacho, Tokyo, c. 1960.
M.S. “Oto-maru”, Inland Sea routes, O.S.K. Lines, c. 1930.
“Live Stock Exposition”, Ueno Park, Tokyo, 1919.
Commodore Perry negotiating at Ryosenji Temple in 1854, Shimoda, c. 1930.
Odawara City Ocean Water Pool, Miyukinohama (Miyuki Beach), Odawara, c. 1960.
“The tomb dedicated to hero, Yoritomo, rested under the old tower of the fine elements,” Kamakura, c. 1930.
French Legation, Tokyo, 1905.
Memorial battleship “Mikasa”, Yokosuka, c. 1930.
Exposition celebrating the 70th anniversary of the “Meiji Assembly”, Ueno Park, Tokyo, 1938.
“The seashore of Zushi”, Miura Peninsula, near Tokyo, c. 1925.
Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Opening of Yokohama Port, 1909.
Shinsen (Sinchon) Onsen Station, Chosen (Korea), c. 1930.
Hyogo Prefectural Girls’ School, Hyogo (Kobe), 10th Anniversary postcards, 1911.
“Eating with chopsticks”, c. 1910.
“Aleutian Operations” propaganda postcard, c. 1942.
“A Bamboo Horse”, boys on bamboo stilts <span style="font-style: normal;">[takeuma]</span>, c. 1910.
Japanese quail (uzura), c. 1920.
Geisha playing billiards, c. 1920.
Fujinami Shrine, Tosa, Shikoku, c. 1920.
Maiko playing “onigokko” (“devil catch”), c. 1920.
Motomachi-dori, Kobe, c. 1930.
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