写真の中の明治・大正

Via Mutantfrog, I just discovered this beautiful collection of nostalgic photos from Meiji and Taishō era Tokyo on the National Diet Library’s homepage. The database is searchable by category, by keywords and even with a map of the greater Tokyo area. Nice.
Koganei
(Pictured above, a canal in Koganei west of Tokyo, where I lived during my one-year student exchange. The picture is from 1901. No, it’s not very beautiful in its own right. Yes, it does make me want to to go back to Japan soon.)

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2 Responses to “写真の中の明治・大正”


  1. 1 ArrimbAwagree February 11, 2010 at 6:58 am

    Greetings…

    Did You make any new years resolutions?

    Cheers!!!

    ~ Betty V.
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  2. 2 AntisyThitent February 16, 2010 at 2:09 am

    Aloha,

    I’m fairly new to this forum and just Had the urge to introduce myself and say “hello”.

    Chau~

    Athena
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