Once a small fishing village and suburb of ancient Hyogo, after the opening of Japan…
Once a small fishing village and suburb of ancient Hyogo, after the opening of Japan to western trade Kobe quickly developed as a major port. Ships flying flags from many countries fill the harbor, attesting to the importance of the expanding town. It is reproduced from an impression in the Wason Collection, Olin Library at Cornell University.
Size: 18 1/4 x 25 3/4 inches – Black & White, Cover-stock Paper
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