Gullible Americans unknowingly bought into the Japanese pavilion's propaganda campaign of peaceful relations between the two world powers propagated at the World's Fair.The World of Tomorrow's Most Successful Propaganda Campaign
Modeled after an ancient Shinto shrine, the pavilion was surrounded by a garden adorned with pools, sparkling cascades and Japanese trees and shrubs. Talks on Japanese culture were given by native girls in colorful, traditional Japanese costumes.
Japan Book from the Board of Tourist Industry by the Japanese Government Railways.
This 36-page booklet is a treasure trove of black and white photographs of the life and culture in Japan. The center of the booklet contains a color map and two traditional art works.
Only the cover is displayed at this time.
Japan Tea - The Cup that Cheers "Welcome" in Japan. The land of color, courtesy and charm
The 20-page booklet describes everything about tea in Japan. From growing, shipping, brewing to the age-old Tea Ceremoney.
The entire booklet has been uploaded to the site.
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