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Nihon fuzoku zueshu / Nihon Meicho Zenshu Kankokai hen
Bib ID 1318355
Format BookBook
Uniform Title Fuzoku zueshu
Edition Fukkokuban. 
Description Tokyo : Nihon Tosho Senta, Showa 58 [1983] 
4, 2, 17, 849, 11 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Nihon fuzoku sosho.

Nihon meicho zenshu ; dai 30-kan.

Notes

Photoreproduction. Originally published: Fuzoku zueshu. Tokyo : Nihon Meicho Zenshu Kankokai, 1929. (Nihon meicho zenshu ; dai 30-kan)

Subjects Japan -- Social life and customs -- 1600-1868 -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Nihon Meicho Zenshu Kankokai

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