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Japanese Fine Art Wall Hanging Painting Autumn Landscape
Autumn Landscape by Okutani Shuseki (1871-1936). Japanese Hanging Scroll Painting.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/184835498/japanese-fine-art-wall-hanging-painting
by Kawanabe Kyosai
http://www.muian.com/muian04/04kyosai10080.jpg
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https://my.w.tt/6lY8QCaWH0
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http://www.designculture.it/kenzo-tange.html
Kaya is an 18-year-old college student who met on Meiji Dori in Harajuku. Her look features a pretty pink hairstyle with a sheer dress from Bubbles Harajuku, a resale top, shorts, fishnet stockings, an American Apparel tote bag, and Bodyline rocking horse shoes. #tokyofashion #street snaps #Harajuku
http://tokyofashion.com/pink-hair-sheer-dress-harajuku/
Meiji Chocolate Cream Dip Yan Yan 2 oz
http://www.target.com/p/meiji-chocolate-cream-dip-yan-2-oz/-/A-14907538
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Japanese wedding outfit: photo by Sgt.Steiner. Locals in Misawa, Japan, dressed me up in a similar wedding kimono and I still have the picture, complete with white face makeup!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/42114936@N00/353852370/
Assistant Professor of History in Wilkinson College, Alex Bay, published his book Beriberi In Modern Japan: The Making of a National Disease in October 2013. This book is about modern Japan, beriberi (or thiamin deficiency) becoming a public health problem that cuts across all social boundaries, afflicting the Meiji Emperor.
http://www.urpress.com/store/viewItem.asp?idProduct=14002
Kamidana in Meiji Japan Households | Anthropology | Luther College
https://www.luther.edu/anthropology/lab-collections/exhibits/kamidana/
1940's Japanese College Baseball Menko Cards / Keio University Waseda Meiji
1940's Japanese College Baseball Menko Cards / Keio University Waseda Meiji…
http://japanwarart.ocnk.net/product/3330
‘Daughters of the Samurai’ Sheds Light on a Strange Chapter in U.S.-Japanese History
‘Daughters of the Samurai’ Sheds Light on a Strange Chapter in U.S.-Japanese History - Japan Real Time - WSJ
http://blogs.wsj.com/japanrealtime/2015/05/20/daughters-of-the-samurai-sheds-light-on-a-strange-chapter-in-u-s-japanese-history/
Library Reading Room: Kobe College, Nishinomiya, Japan Japanese, Late Meiji era - Taisho era Artist Unknown, Japanese, PLACE OF CREATION Japan DIMENSIONS Overall: 8.8 x 13.8 cm (3 7/16 x 5 7/16 in.) MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE Collotype; ink on card stock CLASSIFICATION Postcards TYPE Postcard; views ACCESSION NUMBER 2002.8376 NOT ON VIEW
http://www.mfa.org/collections/object/library-reading-room-kobe-college-nishinomiya-japan-420901
Jo Niijima (新島 襄 Niijima Jō 1843 – 1890) was a Japanese missionary and educator of the Meiji era who founded Doshisha University and Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Hardy_Neesima
Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College. Featured in "Daughters of the Samurai" by Janice Nimura, 2015.here in graduation gown. Bryn Mawr. 1890.
Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who Traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College.
Japanese Postage stamp issued in 2000 honoring Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College. Featured in "Daughters of the Samurai" by Janice Nimura, 2015.
Lovely Early 20th Century Scroll Paintings Japan Meiji Artist Shimazu Racoons
Lovely Early 20th Century Scroll Paintings Japan Meiji Artist Shimazu Racoons
https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/paintings-screens/lovely-early-20th-century-scroll-paintings-japan-meiji-artist-shimazu-racoons/id-f_16824092/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=pinterest+shopping+decor+repeat&pp=1
Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who Traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College.
1stdibs Painting / Screen - Scroll Japan Artist Shimazu Koi Carp Japanese Meiji Fabric
"Huashan Shimazu" 1894 (1890) born in Kyoto. Real name: Toru. Kawabata picture College. He studied with Eikyu Matsuoka that specializes in flowers and birds, landscape. Condition: Some stains ¦ axis dimensions / about 142.5cm × about 66.5cm. ¦ painting dimensions / about 43.0cm × about 51.0cm. ¦ box.     
https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/paintings-screens/lovely-early-20th-century-scroll-paintings-japan-meiji-artist-shimazu-koi-carp/id-f_16817402/
Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College. Featured in "Daughters of the Samurai" by Janice Nimura, 2015. Here at age 11.
A Meiji attribution for a onetime Boston College mascot was confirmed by an analysis by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College | The Art Newspaper
https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/college-mascot-identified-as-meiji-bronze?utm_source=The+Art+Newspaper+Newsletters&utm_campaign=fce17141ac-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_03_13_03_49&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c459f924d0-fce17141ac-43634141
Biography of Umeko (Ume) Tsuda, who Traveled to the US with the Iwakura Mission in 1871. Leader of women's education in Meiji Japan. Founded Tsuda College.



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