Nov 16, 2021

Raja's album 1946 - Part 03 : Landmarks in Japan

Its amazing to see how Japan , especially Tokyo looked like in the 1940s. 

Hibiya crossing, at the right is A.T.C


American red cross club

G.H.Q

US Embassy

General Hospital

Nippon Nichigeki Theatre

GHQ from Hibiya park side

The Central zone of Tokyo-  Hattori clock co. building, Ginza

Ginza
Palace Heights

ueno toshogu torii


The Nihon-Bashi bridge and the Mitsukoshi Dept.

The Imperial hotel

Ernie Pyle Theatre, Hibiya

Ernie Pyle nee Takarazuka Theatre, Hibiya

13 comments:

  1. Interesting. I still have pics from my parents in Japan in the 70´s - and a Japanese umbrella right behind be.
    In grade 2 I had to go as "Geisha" to school once. Parents can be mean ;-)

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    1. Oh wow! You should post your "geisha" picture if you have it ! I remember one of my cousin dressed as a geisha for her school fancy dress competition...

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  2. Interesting photographs of the architecture of Japan.
    Best regards

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  3. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing! Valerie

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  4. The city has elegant structures!

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  5. WOW! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Very interesting,thanks for sharing !!!

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  7. Such a special collection of photos, thanks again for sharing these.

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  8. Thanks for sharing!
    the city, still as vibrant as ever.

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  9. what a collection!

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  10. it was nice to see how Japan looked in 40s
    thank you for virtual tour

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  11. I am so glad you are sharing these photos with us. They are remarkable and I find them all quite fascinating.

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