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View from below of a woman with an umbrella in the rain, Japanese postcard, Late Meiji era, 1908

1900-1945 Japanese postcard "Carp eat kimono girl " art/ kokkei PC

This is 1900-1945 Art postcard"Carp eats kimono girl ". This is very funny title!

Postcard by Nakamura Fusetsu (1866-1943). Cherry Blossoms at Kiyomizudo from the series Six Views of Tokyo in the Curved-line Aesthetic. Late Meiji era. 90 mm x 141 mm

Japanese Postcard: Vintage Calpis advertisement. 1924

Japanese Postcard: Vintage Calpis advertisement. 1924. - Gurafiku: Japanese Graphic Design

Dragonfly Japanese Kyoto Sanjô Benridô, Overall: 13.8 x 8.8 cm (5 7/16 x 3 7/16 in.) Color lithograph; ink and metallic pigment on card stock Classification: Postcards Accession number: 2002.1434 Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards

The Monkey in Morning Suit (from an unidentified series) of New Year's cards, unknown artist, 1932 | 相片擁有者 electrons_fishgils

The history of Japan's mail box began in 1871. Originally coming from the United Kingdom, currently there are 181,895 of them all over the country.