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Date of original image

1947-09-18

Location of original image

Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Size of original image

20.5 x 25.3 cm

Format

b&w photo

Caption

Front : 海澤様(Kaizawa sama)"For Mr. Kaizawa" 松竹--ーー? (Shochiku - - - - )

Back : FEC-47-79033 18 SEPT 47 BUN-RAKU DRAMA, STARS AND STRIPES FEATURE : THIS FAMOUS BUN-RAKU DOLL, KUMAGAI-MONJURO, BELONGING TO THE BUNRAKUZA TROUPE OF FAMOUS DOLL MANIPULATORS, TOOK PART IN THE RECENT PERFORMANCE OF THE DRAMA "MITSUYUKI" WHICH WAS PRESENTED AT THE TOKYO THEATRE IN TOKYO, JAPAN, SEPT. 18TH. PHOTOGRAPHER-DUNN PHOTOGRAPH BY U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS

(stamp) OFFICIAL SIGNAL CORPS PHOTO REPRODUCTION PROHIBITED UNLESS CREDIT LINE IS GIVEN TO SIGNAL CORPS - U.S. ARMY

Caption writer

U.S. Army

Notes

A stamp of U.S. Army is on the bottom left. A typed caption at the back of the photo explains the play, bunraku doll, theatre, and photographer, with a stamp of U.S. Army.

Subjects

Bunraku (文楽)
Kumagai-Monjuro 「熊谷紋十郎」
Drama "Mitsuyuki"
Tokyo Theatre (東京劇場)
Performing arts

Part of

Stanley Kaizawa Collection, UHM Library Asia Collection Department

Keywords

Bunraku (文楽); Kumagai-Monjuro 「熊谷紋十郎」; Drama "Mitsuyuki"; Tokyo Theatre (東京劇場); Performing arts

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