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Nihon fūzoku zue / [henja Kurokawa Mamichi]
日本風俗圖繪 / [編者黒川真道]
Bib ID 637323
Format BookBook
Description Tōkyō : Nihon Fūzoku Zue Kankōkai, Taishō 3-4 [1914-1915] 
東京 : 日本風俗圖繪刋行會, 大正3-4 [1914-1915] 
12 v. : chiefly ill. ; 27 cm. 
Notes

Title from title piece.

On double leaves, traditional oriental format.

"Hishikawa Moronobu...tō ga monoseru ehon o eri atsumete...Nihon fūzoku zue to nazukete fukkoku..."

Issued in 12 cases.

"菱川師宣...等がものせる絵本を選り集めて...日本風俗図絵と名づけて覆刻..."

Subjects Japan -- Social life and customs -- 1600-1868 -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Kurokawa, Mamichi, 1865-1925
黒川真道, 1865-1925

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