Vintage Japanese Postcard Museum
“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.
Jinju Seimei Hoken K.K. (Jinju Life Insurance Co.), Tokyo, c. 1920.
Amezaiku [sugar sculpture] street vendor, c. 1930.
S.S. President Cleveland, Dollar Steamship Line, c. 1930.
Sheep grazing in the shadow of Ezo Fuji, Hokkaido, c. 1930.
Kobe Station, Kobe, c. 1910.
Comparisons of Daily Newspaper Circulations, Worldwide, c. 1930.
Kochi Castle, Tosa, Shikoku, c. 1920.
A farmer’s life, c. 1920.
The Bund, Kobe, c. 1910.
City Office, Yokohama, c. 1920.
“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.
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