In the following 3 pages, we have scanned 60 photographs that were not published by the Washington University project. Several photos are variants on photographs found in the main collection, but there are also numerous original photos.
301. Ornamental Rusticity
An interior architectural detail, probably in a mountain inn, illustrating the use of natural wood forms to convey a sense of ornamental rusticity, or shibui.
302. Iwao Ishino
Professor Iwao Ishino in his office at Radio Tokyo.
303. Torii Gateway
A large gateway, perhaps to a temple compound, in the style of a torii.
304. Hakone Lake
A view of Hakone Lake from a path to the shrine.
Steps leading up to the torii gate before a shrine in Hakone, in the Fuji area.
306. Hot Springs
The Onsen (hot springs) near the mountain resort of Noboribetsu.
307. Hot Springs
Another photo of the hot springs.
308. Channelization Operations
Channelization operations on a mountain river near Kanuma-shi, NW of Tokyo, not far from the shrine city of Nikko. The Japanese have been conducting land reformation projects for many centuries.
309. European-Style Bas-Relief
Meiji period European-style bas-relief on a gate.
312. Newer Shops in Tokyo
Building and rebuilding of small shops and tea houses near downtown Tokyo. This was a new entertainment area in a district burned out during the war.
314. Wall in Residential Area of Tokyo
A wall for a house on a terrace, with the roof of another house on a lower terrace. This is in Denén Chofu, looking down toward the Tokugawa River in Tokyo.
315. Resort Hotels on Izu Penninsula
Traditional hotels in a resort town in the Izu peninsula. These large structures were prone to fires, and have since been replaced.
318. Estate Gate in Mountains
A typical nagai-mon (“long gate”) in the mountains not far from Kanuma-shi. This gate also had been built as a treasure and agricultural store house for the family. These great gates fronting mountain estates are now rare.
319. Buildings in Atami
Early modern-style building--bars and restaurants--in Atami, a resort community on the Izu peninsula, south of Tokyo. The western-style building probably dates from around 1900, and was still in use at the time this photo was taken.