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明治5年(1872)横浜・高島町にオープンした遊郭「新風楼」明治15年に永楽町に移動。関東大震災までは市内トップの売春宿だった。別名Nectarine  No 9とも呼ばれた。 Brothel, Yokohama

明治5年(1872)横浜・高島町にオープンした遊郭「新風楼」明治15年に永楽町に移動。関東大震災までは市内トップの売春宿だった。別名Nectarine No 9とも呼ばれた。 Brothel, Yokohama

OLD PHOTOS of JAPAN: 道頓堀の劇場街 1890年代の大阪

OLD PHOTOS of JAPAN: 道頓堀の劇場街 1890年代の大阪

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Japan-Meiji-Photos_05.jpg

Shinbashi Geisha Houses, Tokyo, 1890's. In the late Edo period (1603-1868), Yanagibashi, nearby the Ryogoku bridge, was Tokyo’s main geisha district. The advent of the Meiji era (1868-1912), however, brought a new elite, more focused on money and power, who showed little interest in the traditional values of Yanagibashi. They favored the geisha quarter of Shinbashi (also Shimbashi). It was situated close to the new government and office buildings that were springing up like mushrooms.

Shinbashi Geisha Houses, Tokyo, 1890's. In the late Edo period (1603-1868), Yanagibashi, nearby the Ryogoku bridge, was Tokyo’s main geisha district. The advent of the Meiji era (1868-1912), however, brought a new elite, more focused on money and power, who showed little interest in the traditional values of Yanagibashi. They favored the geisha quarter of Shinbashi (also Shimbashi). It was situated close to the new government and office buildings that were springing up like mushrooms.

1910年代、吉田町通り。「南京虫退治」の看板が見える。

1910年代、吉田町通り。「南京虫退治」の看板が見える。

昭和の子供

昭和の子供

Flooded Kobe, Japan 1938 阪神大水害

Flooded Kobe, Japan 1938 阪神大水害

弁天橋と横浜駅 1873年の横浜

弁天橋と横浜駅 1873年の横浜

8890's, Yokohama. Festival lanterns cheer up the business district of Bentendori 2-chome and 3-chome in Yokohama. During the Meiji Period (1868-1912), this was Yokohama’s premier shopping street. Foreign visitors came here to buy porcelain, curios, ivory, silk and photographs. The photographer of this very image, Kimbei Kusakabe, actually had a studio on this street between 1881 and 1889.

8890's, Yokohama. Festival lanterns cheer up the business district of Bentendori 2-chome and 3-chome in Yokohama. During the Meiji Period (1868-1912), this was Yokohama’s premier shopping street. Foreign visitors came here to buy porcelain, curios, ivory, silk and photographs. The photographer of this very image, Kimbei Kusakabe, actually had a studio on this street between 1881 and 1889.

Sazae-do さざえ堂 , Fukushima 会津若松

Sazae-do さざえ堂 , Fukushima 会津若松

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