Japán zászlóshajó. Képes Vasárnap, 1942.január 2.
Vice-Admiral Sankichi Takahashi in front of the rear 14-inch gun turrets of the Fusō-class dreadnought battleship "Yamashiro". Képes Vasárnap, Jan 2, 1942.

Japán zászlóshajó. Képes Vasárnap, 1942.január 2.

Vice-Admiral Sankichi Takahashi in front of the rear 14-inch gun turrets of the Fusō-class dreadnought battleship "Yamashiro". Képes Vasárnap, Jan 2, 1942.

Japanese star map. Tenmon Bun’ya no zu (map showing divisions of the heavens and regions they govern), 1677. 

This star map was made by Harumi Shibukawa, official astronomer to the Japanese Edo court. He was one of the first people to use a telescope in Japan after the instrument was introduced by European traders.

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Wings (Paramount, 1929). Regional Japanese movie poster.
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Wings (Paramount, 1929). Regional Japanese movie poster.

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First gen Toyota Tercel (1978-1982). Photo: me.

Friction powered Mercedes Benz 300 police car with moving light siren and antenna. Ichiko. Made in Japan, c1960. Photo: me.

Geisha and samurai. Hand-coloured lantern slides.

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Skioptikonbild med motiv av samuraj. Möjligen visande utförandet av det rituellt självmordet, s.k. seppuku.
Lantern slide. Samurai. Possibly showing the ritual suicide, seppuku.
Photo: Okänd/ Unknown, 1885-1910
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Skioptikonbild med motiv av samuraj. Möjligen visande utförandet av det rituellt självmordet, s.k. seppuku.

Lantern slide. Samurai. Possibly showing the ritual suicide, seppuku.

Photo: Okänd/ Unknown, 1885-1910

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Koyo Okada (Japanese, 1895-1972). Mount Fuji, circa 1950. Vintage gelatin silver.
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Koyo Okada (Japanese, 1895-1972). Mount Fuji, circa 1950. Vintage gelatin silver.

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Apocalypse Now (United Artists, 1979). Japanese movie poster.
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Apocalypse Now (United Artists, 1979). Japanese movie poster.

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Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (ゴジラ対メカゴジラ - Gojira Tai Mekagojira), TOHO, 1974. Two sided English promotional poster, printed in Japan.