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Chirimenbon / chosakusha Hayashi Hiroyuki
縮緬本 / 著作者林弘之
Bib ID 6490269
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Hayashi, Hiroyuki, author
林弘之, author
 
Description Ōsaka-shi : Matsumuro Yachizō, Maiji 33 [1900] 
大阪市: 松室八千三, 明治33 [1900] 
5 volumes : illustrations ; 14 cm. 
Full contents
  • Story of Urashimataro
  • Story of Kintaro
  • Story of the Kachi-Kachi Mountain
  • Old tale of Bunbuku Chagama
  • Story of Momotaro.
 
Notes

Title devised by cataloguer.

Printed on crepe papers; on double leaves, oriental style (fukurotoji).

Cover and main text in English; colophon page in Japanese.

Subjects Fairy tales -- Japan.

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