Jinrikisha days in Japan

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Title: Jinrikisha days in Japan
Author: Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore
CONTENTS
I. THE NORTH PACIFIC AND YOKOHAMA
II. YOKOHAMA
III. YOKOHAMA—CONTINUED
IV. THE ENVIRONS OF YOKOHAMA
V. KAMAKURA AND ENOSHIMA
VI. TOKIO
VII. TOKIO—CONTINUED
VIII. TOKIO FLOWER FESTIVALS
IX. JAPANESE HOSPITALITIES
X. THE JAPANESE THEATRE
XI. THE IMPERIAL FAMILY
XII. TOKIO PALACES AND COURT
XIII. THE SUBURBS OF TOKIO
XIV. A TRIP TO NIKKO
XV. NIKKO
XVI. CHIUZENJI AND YUMOTO
XVII. THE ASCENT OF FUJIYAMA
XVIII. THE DESCENT OF FUJIYAMA
XIX. THE TOKAIDO—I
XX. THE TOKAIDO—II
XXI. NAGOYA
XXII. LAKE BIWA AND KIOTO
XXIII. KIOTO TEMPLES
XXIV. THE MONTO TEMPLES AND THE DAIMONJI
XXV. THE PALACES AND CASTLE
XXVI. KIOTO SILK INDUSTRY
XXVII. EMBROIDERIES AND CURIOS
XXVIII. POTTERIES AND PAPER WARES
XXIX. GOLDEN DAYS
XXX. SENKÉ AND THE MERCHANTS’ DINNER
XXXI. THROUGH UJI TO NARA
XXXII. NARA
XXXIII. OSAKA
XXXIV. KOBÉ AND ARIMA
XXXV. THE TEA TRADE
XXXVI. THE INLAND SEA AND NAGASAKI
XXXVII. IN THE END
INDEX
ILLUSTRATIONS
OLD COURT COSTUME
FUJIYAMA
JAPANESE CHILDREN
AT KAWAWA
THE SEMI’S CAGE
POETS BENEATH THE PLUM-TREES
A UYÉNO TEA-HOUSE
IRIS GARDENS AT HORI KIRI
AT KAMEIDO
IN DANGO-ZAKA STREET
TEA BLOSSOMS
CHOPSTICKS—FIGS. 1 AND 2
CHOPSTICKS—FIG. 3
THE NESANS AT THE HOISHIGAOKA
MATSUDA, THE MASTER OF CHA NO YU
DANJIRO, THE GREAT ACTOR
IN THE PALACE GARDENS
IN THE PALACE GARDENS
IN THE PALACE GARDENS
PLAN OF EMPEROR’S PRIVATE APARTMENTS
IMPERIAL SAKÉ-CUP
INTERIOR OF THE IYEMITSU TEMPLE
GATE-WAY OF THE IYEYASU TEMPLE
FARM LABORERS AND PACK-HORSE
PUBLIC BATH-HOUSE AT YUMOTO
THE SHOJO
THE GREAT PINE-TREE AT KARASAKI
THE TRUE-LOVER’S SHRINE AT KIOMIDZU
THE THRONE OF 1868
KABE HABUTAI
CHIRIMEN
EBISU CHIRIMEN
KINU CHIRIMEN
FUKUSA
MANJI
MITSU TOMOYÉ
IN NAMMIKAWA’S WORK-ROOM
PICKING TEA
IN THE KASUGA TEMPLE GROUNDS
PRIESTESSES AT NARA
FARM LABORERS

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