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"A Classical Meiji Garden" (article), on Landscape Online. "Stepping stones," from Landscape Gardening in Japan, by Josiah Condor

"A Classical Meiji Garden" (article), on Landscape Online. "Stepping stones," from Landscape Gardening in Japan, by Josiah Condor

A SUPERB 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY CASED SAMURAI SWORD exceptionally carved all over with figures within interiors and landscapes, flanked by insects upon an textured ground. 3ft 1ins long.

A SUPERB 19TH CENTURY JAPANESE MEIJI PERIOD IVORY CASED SAMURAI SWORD exceptionally carved all over with figures within interiors and landscapes, flanked by insects upon an textured ground. 3ft 1ins long.

Obi with Waves  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû

Obi with Waves Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: Silk and metallic thread double cloth (fûtsû

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

"Emptiness, which is conceptually liable to be mistaken for sheer nothingness, is in fact the reservoir of infinite possibilities." —D. T. Suzuki (Painting: "Golden Sun" Japan, Meiji era, 1878) ..*

Shunsō Hishida (Japan, 1874-1911) - Cat under Plum Tree [Hishida Shunsō was the pseudonym of the Japanese painter from the Meiji period, Hishida Miyoji]

Shunsō Hishida (Japan, 1874-1911) - Cat under Plum Tree [Hishida Shunsō was the pseudonym of the Japanese painter from the Meiji period, Hishida Miyoji]

A cloisonné enamel scent bottle By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927), Meiji period

A cloisonné enamel scent bottle By the workshop of Namikawa Yasuyuki (1845-1927), Meiji period

Uemura Shōen (1875 – 1949) was the pseudonym of an important female artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period

Uemura Shōen (1875 – 1949) was the pseudonym of an important female artist in Meiji, Taishō and early Shōwa period

Not sure what this door is for, but why don't we have beautiful ones like this anymore?

Not sure what this door is for, but why don't we have beautiful ones like this anymore?

Dress (robe montante) belonging to Empress Shoken, made in France, Meiji era (1868-1912). Collection of Sugino Costume Museum (link: http://www.costumemuseum.jp/french/collection/j_isho/j152.html#).

Dress (robe montante) belonging to Empress Shoken, made in France, Meiji era (1868-1912). Collection of Sugino Costume Museum (link: http://www.costumemuseum.jp/french/collection/j_isho/j152.html#).

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