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Gardens of the Emperor of Japan.
Lew Chew (Okinawa): Village near Napha.
Mounted set of hand coloured photographic cigarette cards issued by Cigarros Susini.
Lew Chew (Okinawa): Castle of Nagacusko.
Castle of Shuri, reception for Commodore Perry. Perry was in fact denied an audience with the King of Lewchew.
Sampan: Traditional sailing boats. Aft and lateral views.
Ukiyo-e advertisement for Kubuki Theatre. Samurai and Priests.
Lew Chew (Okinawa).
Lew Chew (Okinawa): Portrait of two men.
Meaco (Kyoto): Panorama of the city with views of Saccay (Osaka), the Dutch Fort at Nagasaki, the trials of Christians and a marriage ceremony with keys, and further text relating to the history of Meaco and Jeddo (Tokyo).
Yokohama: Street view in the port. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Lew Chew (Okinawa): Tshan-Di-Coo-Shah. A village with an American Flag raised on one of the houses.
National flag and anthem of Japan.
Napha, Lew Chew (Okinawa).
Nagasaki: View of the Bay. Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Tokyo (Yeddo): Tea House on main road in Akabane. Drawn from life during the diplomatic mission of Friedrich Albrecht zu Eulenberg to Japan, Siam & China 1859-62.
Senni, Shuit and Double Senni with distinctions of Princes and other nobles.
Yokohama: Fire company’s house and engine.
Japanese woman in traditional dress.
Lew Chew (Okinawa): The Temple at Tumai.
Tokyo (Yeddo): Six scenes during a garden party given by the Mikado of Japan.
Procession of Men-of-War Boats escorting the Earl of Elgin on the Occasion of his landing at Jedo.
Regent of Lew Chew (Okinawa).
Miaco (Kyoto): Panorama of the city administered by the Portugese from the mid 16th century to end of the 20th.
Imperial Barge at Yokohama.
Three views in Japan: Port of Nagasaki, Mont Shiro and a Temple in Kiyomidsu.
Iedo (Tokyo): Panoramic view from the Golden Temple of Buddha Amida to Mount Takao-san and the Emperor’s palace. Key in French and Dutch.
Ranks of Monks and distinctions of Princes and other nobles.
Simoda: Devotions in the Great Temple.
Jeddo (Tokyo): Panorama from Atago-yama showing the great residences of the daimyo, the powerful feudal landowners. Based on a photograph by Felice Beato.
Tokyo (Jedo): View of the Royal Palace and its gardens.