Postcards from Old Japan (PDF vintage photo album)

eBook (PDF), 176 Pages
(2 Ratings)
Price: $4.99
A fascinating collection of over 150 vintage photos and postcards of Japan, from the late 19th century to the last decades of the prewar Imperial lifestyle that has now all but disappeared. Includes scenes of samurai combat, rural feudal life, Buddhist and Shinto temples, landscapes, as well as city life in Imperial Tokyo and other large Japanese towns. Historic images for all fans of Asian history. Also features albumen prints by photographers such as Mikoshi, and many in truly beautiful hand-tinted color. Plus sample pages from our other visual history and vintage travel titles. An instant collection in PDF album format, with optional rolling slideshow functions and random transition effects between images! In presentation mode this e-book makes a novel alternative to a screensaver. New edition improved and extended, February 2010!!
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  • By Ian Ruxton
    Feb 5, 2010
    There are some stunning pictures here of old Japan, both from Tokyo and in and around the treaty ports of Yokohama, Kobe and Nagasaki. Many of the post cards were helpfully labelled when first produced. It would perhaps have been better to group them by city (where known) or theme. Anyway, this is well worth the modest outlay of about $5, and makes a wonderful full screen display.
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3rd Edition
February 2, 2010
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