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写真家が捉えた昭和のこども | 過去の展覧会 | 八王子市夢美術館: Children drawing on the Taito road, Tokyo, 1961 by Takeyoshi Tanuma

写真家が捉えた昭和のこども | 過去の展覧会 | 八王子市夢美術館: Children drawing on the Taito road, Tokyo, 1961 by Takeyoshi Tanuma

lumieredesroses: “ Photographe anonyme - Japon, 1954 Courtesy Galerie Lumiere des roses http://lumieredesroses.com/ ”

lumieredesroses: “ Photographe anonyme - Japon, 1954 Courtesy Galerie Lumiere des roses http://lumieredesroses.com/ ”

昨日は東京の神楽坂で催されていました写真展に行ってきました。 ろうあの写真家 井上孝治 氏と井上氏のことを書いた作家 黒岩比佐子 氏、 両氏の生涯を紹介した写真展でした。 ↓:パンフレットです 裏面: 井上氏の作品がポストカードで販売されて...

Flooding in a district at sea-level, Oshima, Tokyo, 1959 by Nagano Shigeichi

Flooding in a district at sea-level, Oshima, Tokyo, 1959 by Nagano Shigeichi

Acrobats [detail]. About 1880’s, Japan, by photographer Kusakabe, Kimbei. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives

Acrobats [detail]. About 1880’s, Japan, by photographer Kusakabe, Kimbei. Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives

鼓を打つ芸奴(玉村康三郎撮影、明治時代の美人ランキング)

鼓を打つ芸奴(玉村康三郎撮影、明治時代の美人ランキング)


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Children laughing, Koto, Tokyo, 1953 by Domon Ken

Children laughing, Koto, Tokyo, 1953 by Domon Ken

Asakusa, Tokyo, 1954 by Ken Domon. Boys watching cashier.

Asakusa, Tokyo, 1954 by Ken Domon. Boys watching cashier.

lumieredesroses: “ Photographe anonyme - Japon, 1954 Courtesy Galerie Lumiere des roses http://lumieredesroses.com/ ”

lumieredesroses: “ Photographe anonyme - Japon, 1954 Courtesy Galerie Lumiere des roses http://lumieredesroses.com/ ”

Satogiku-dayuu 1910s.  It was customary for a tayuu (Japanese courtesan) to have two kamuro (child attendants) of about the same age and size, with names that matched in concept and sound, taking their cue from the name of their ane-jōro (elder sister courtesan).  Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

Satogiku-dayuu 1910s. It was customary for a tayuu (Japanese courtesan) to have two kamuro (child attendants) of about the same age and size, with names that matched in concept and sound, taking their cue from the name of their ane-jōro (elder sister courtesan). Text and image via Blue Ruin 1 on Flickr

this looks like it might be during the time in Japan when women were cutting their eyelids in order to have "American" looking eyes

this looks like it might be during the time in Japan when women were cutting their eyelids in order to have "American" looking eyes

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