埋め込み画像への固定リンク

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'Yasono', Ways to Tie an Obi, A New Publication (Shimpan obi musubisama kusagusa) , Japan, 1920

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懐かしの風景に隠された「秘密の世界」天才・芳賀一洋の驚愕意匠

You won’t believe the secret behind these old-school Japanese rooms【Photos】

太田源三郎。神奈川奉行の時、遣欧使節に随行。英国の写真館で撮影されたもの。維新後、工部省鉄道局権頭。

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明治時代に撮影された日本人にロックがみなぎってる件

明治時代に撮影された日本人にロックがみなぎってる件

Ainu woman playing the Mukkuri, Hokkaido, Japan, ca.1920. The player vibrates the tongue cut out of the bamboo by pulling one of the strings, while holding the instrument in front of the mouth. Volume and tone colors are changed by changing the shape of the mouth.

Ainu woman playing the Mukkuri, Hokkaido, Japan, The player vibrates the tongue cut out of the bamboo by pulling one of the strings, while holding the instrument in front of the mouth. Volume and tone colors are changed by changing the shape of the mouth.

アイヌの女性(明治10年代)

Ainu means human . The Ainu people regard things useful to them or beyond their control as kamuy (gods). In daily life, they prayed to and.

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Two members of the first Japanese expedition to the west, with a member of the French military. Photo by the famous Nadar.

1866年上野彦馬撮影。台紙には「長崎の医学生」と書かれている。山川出版社「上野彦馬の世界」より。

Mount has written "Nagasaki medical students". From the "world of Ueno hikoma" Tokyo: yamakawa shuppansha.

The traditional religion of the Ainu has also virtually disappeared — only the ceremonial worship of bears remains, and that’s largely a tourist attraction.

A captive bear drinking from a large sake bottle held by an Ainu tribeswoman, ca. 1955 by Evans/Three Lions

幕臣 榎本武揚

Viscount Enomoto Takeaki was a samurai and admiral of the Tokugawa navy of Bakumatsu period Japan, who remained faithful to the Tokugawa shogunate who fought against the new Meiji government until the end of the Boshin War.

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