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Japan 1965 Reel 3 of 40


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Film Id:F16-0254
Film Description:Reel 3 of 40
Unedited travelogue


Reel 3 of 40
Unedited travelogue

Cat. Reel 254 1965 Reel 3 Japan. Mar. 26-29. Nagoya. Kyoto.

Scale model sloping kiln.
Parrot's head. Large vases with woodland scenes.
Dragon shelf ornament.
Clay dragons unfired.
Assembling figurines by hand at hone.
Sloping kilns loaded.
Clay worked by automatic machine.
Cups drying before firing.
Torii gate to Atsuta Shrines wooden arch.
Massive outdoor stone lantern.
Purification fountain, bamboo cups at shrine.
Purification rope around tree.
Shrine roofs cross-beam construction.
Woman in traditional dress on shrine steps.
Purification branches.
Shrine roof.
Donation sake bags (cu).
Nagoya Castle (1612 a.d.) (distant).
Guard towers, walls, moat.
Tree wrapped in protective rice straw.
Guard tower roof: gilded dragon (cu).
In museums Damask coat of Lord Oda.
Picture scroll (1716-171*0): seated man, inscription (cu).
Scroll: original city of Nagoya.
Scrolls Toyotomi Hideyoshi in white robe, chin whiskers.
Empty moats inside wall.
Human and animal dolls, fans (in Museum) (cu).
Miniature palanquin.
Masks: grotesques.
Printed cloth.
Dolls: elaborate, some in costume.
Screen painting: Two-wheeled cart (cu).
Gold screens, scenes of houses, trees, flowers in a cart.
Moat. Guard house.
Cloisonné factory’s decoration of a vase
Putting wire on flat cloisonné.
Wire frame before applying enamel.
Applying enamel to vases.
Enamel pots. Applying enamel.
Factory: wooden, thatch-roofed.
Wooden farmhouse complex.
"Toe" shoe made of rubber and fabric (cu).
Gold toothed farmer (cu).
Dwarf flowers.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Nagoya, Kyoto, Handcrafts, Nagoya Castle
Tags: Handcrafts | Kyoto | Nagoya | Nagoya Castle
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