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Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

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Liked on Pinterest: The hall inside the Old Post Office at Tintagel looking to the open fire.  Tintagel Old Post Office is a 14th-century stone house built to the plan of a medieval manor house situated in Tintagel Cornwall United Kingdom. The house and its surrounding cottage garden are in the ownership of the National Trust.

Liked on Pinterest: The hall inside the Old Post Office at Tintagel looking to the open fire. Tintagel Old Post Office is a 14th-century stone house built to the plan of a medieval manor house situated in Tintagel Cornwall United Kingdom. The house and its surrounding cottage garden are in the ownership of the National Trust.

Locals appear to be climbing over the Great Buddha of Kamakura by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Locals appear to be climbing over the Great Buddha of Kamakura by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Country retreat by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Country retreat by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Women picking tea leaves by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Women picking tea leaves by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

A Buddhist shrine set alone in the mountains by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

A Buddhist shrine set alone in the mountains by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Japanese theatre by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Japanese theatre by Tamamura Kozaburo | Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2. Pictures taken by Tamamura Kozaburo in 1910 were the first ever to be used to promote tourism in Japan

Geisha's look at their reflections in a landscaped garden pond, 1910 by Tamamura Kozaburo

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Geisha's look at their reflections in a landscaped garden pond, 1910 by Tamamura Kozaburo

Rural village: The black and white images taken by Kozaburo were painstakingly inked in by a team of 100 colourists

Inside the Chrysanthemum kingdom: 100-year-old photos show a still-medieval Japan on the eve of rush for modernity that ended in disaster of WW2

Rural village: The black and white images taken by Kozaburo were painstakingly inked in by a team of 100 colourists

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