Meiji at 150: The Prints of Toyohara Chikanobu

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Imperial Procession throughout the Streets after the Ceremony of the Promulgation of the Constitution (1889) by Toyohara Chikanobu
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a school choir
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Japanese flags in a print depicting a Korean uprising
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view of a horse track (1885) — emphasis on the Imperial family as spectators
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Imperial Family in 1887
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ceremonial issuing of the Constitution by the Emperor Meiji
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A scene in the Japanese Diet
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House of Peers
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Battle at the Yalu River (1904)

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