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The Water-Shoot at the Meiji Industrial Exhibition, 1907.

The Water-Shoot at the Meiji Industrial Exhibition, 1907.

Nobori, Matsuri (Festival) Banner. Cotton, Tsutsugaki Freehand Resist, Painted Pigment. Kyoto or Tokyo, Japan.  Meiji or Taisho Period, 19th/early 20th Century. 182" x 28".

Nobori, Matsuri (Festival) Banner. Cotton, Tsutsugaki Freehand Resist, Painted Pigment. Kyoto or Tokyo, Japan. Meiji or Taisho Period, 19th/early 20th Century. 182" x 28".

Squirrel with grapes, ivory with inlaid eyes,19th-20th century. Tokyo National Museum E0026497 葡萄栗鼠牙彫根付 - 東京国立博物館 画像検索

Squirrel with grapes, ivory with inlaid eyes,19th-20th century. Tokyo National Museum E0026497 葡萄栗鼠牙彫根付 - 東京国立博物館 画像検索

This beautiful vintage rain coat is made in late 19th or early 20th century in japan. It made of hand woven japanese kasuri textiles. All hand sewn, use of 16 panels. A nice collectors piece, to hang as textile art ,or it can be used as jacket. Dimensions :color to bottom edge 88cm(34,6in), Sleeve Edge to Edge Across Shoulders 220cm(86in) We ship our bags world wide from tokyo japan. Please allow 1-2 business days for order processing before shipment. ※ I sell it our web store, I am popul...

This beautiful vintage rain coat is made in late 19th or early 20th century in japan. It made of hand woven japanese kasuri textiles. All hand sewn, use of 16 panels. A nice collectors piece, to hang as textile art ,or it can be used as jacket. Dimensions :color to bottom edge 88cm(34,6in), Sleeve Edge to Edge Across Shoulders 220cm(86in) We ship our bags world wide from tokyo japan. Please allow 1-2 business days for order processing before shipment. ※ I sell it our web store, I am popul...

“japaneseaesthetics: Moon in Clouds. Hanging scroll. Late 19th to early 20th century, Japan.The Feinberg Collection ”

“japaneseaesthetics: Moon in Clouds. Hanging scroll. Late 19th to early 20th century, Japan.The Feinberg Collection ”

Japanese silk fukusa (gift wrapping textile), 19th/20th century, originally from Hayashi Kimono Co. in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

Japanese silk fukusa (gift wrapping textile), 19th/20th century, originally from Hayashi Kimono Co. in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

Oiran kimono, likely dating to late 19th century to early 20th century.  At exhibition held near Tokyo, Japan.

Oiran kimono, likely dating to late 19th century to early 20th century. At exhibition held near Tokyo, Japan.

Japanese silk fukusa (gift wrapping textile), 19th/20th century, originally from Hayashi Kimono Co. in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

Japanese silk fukusa (gift wrapping textile), 19th/20th century, originally from Hayashi Kimono Co. in Ginza, Tokyo, Japan

30 architectural gems from the 19th and early 20th century Tokyo were restored and relocated to this space.

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

30 architectural gems from the 19th and early 20th century Tokyo were restored and relocated to this space.

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