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[원림] TEA HOUSE GIRLS IN OLD JAPAN -- Hospitality Awaits in a Rural Country Park

한동수 2008-10-12 (일) 20:00 11년전 972


The Kimono patterns and styles can be pinned down to the time frame of the image itself. Ca.1892-95 image by T. ENAMI (1859-1929). Enami had just turned 33 when he opened his first studio in Yokohama. He had arrived from Tokyo with his pregnant wife, and got right to work in one of the best locations -- Benten Street. Perhaps his good friend and former photography teacher, K. OGAWA, had pulled a few strings to help him get set up. In any event, he seemed successful from the start, and the above lantern-slide is one of his first commercial images sold in both glass and paper formats. He would go on to make 1000s of successful images that were seen around the world by millions. One of the great cameramen to come out of Meiji-era Japan, Enami was a photographers' photographer -- working hard until 1929, when at the age of 70 death itself capped his lens for the last time. For more about Enami and his life and times, see : www.t-enami.org/

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