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Japan 1965 Reel 5 of 40


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Film Id:F16-0256
Film Description:Reel 5 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Hoian Shrine


Reel 5 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Hoian Shrine

Cat. Reel 256 1965: Reel 5: Japan. Mar. 29-30. Heian Shrine, Kyoto.

Lacquer platter: mountains, boats, pearl inlay, (cu).
Two decorated lacquer boxes: floral, house, river (cu).
Woman applying lacquer, mother-of-pearl inlay.
Lacquer picture: Seven men in feudal garb. (cu).
Gold-leaf box.
Gold box.
Lacquer and pearl picture: ancient costumes.
Lacquer shrine.
Plate: outdoor scene.
Two boxes: gold-bird design, leaf design.
Sign in lacquer factory: "est. 1857."
Hoian Shrine.
Metal armor.
Old-style woman's dress.
Shrine: roof, covered bridge (cu of roof).
Steps in lacquer process: display.
Girl working on cloisonné wire.
Cloisonné wire on object.
Working on cloisonné at workbench (cu)•
Circular lacquered box: floral pattern.
Workshop.(cu) etc.
Polishing a dish by hand in holding-frame
Completed cloisonné dish, boxes, figures,
Decorated clay lion: red tongue.
Clay objects: dragon boat, figures.
Brown vessel with rope-shaped handles.
Potter making bowl by hand on powered wheel:
Parked buses for touring school students.
Red-haired doll, cloth-dressed.
Pottery Shop: making bowl using wooden tool.
Potter streaking pot before firing: hand brush, revolving
Potter working.
Wooden calipers, Shaping tool (cu)
Painting crab-design on clay vessel (cu)
Interior of electric kiln (cu)
Dish with crab design.
Japanese bride in traditional Shinto dress, elaborate hat (cu)
Nishi Kawa bamboo ship: bamboo curtain.
Four miniature houses made of bamboo.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Shinto wedding, Cloisonné, Ceramics, Pottery, Heian Shrine, Kyoto, Handcrafts
Tags: Ceramics | Cloisonné | Handcrafts | Heian Shrine | Kyoto | Pottery | Shinto wedding
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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