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    Tsukiji Fish Market print 1937

    The TSUKIJI fish market is one of the most photographed markets in the world
    But what i found when looking through block prints is this .
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    and today
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    And some more post card from japan
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    You always have the best print posts!
    I love love LOVE the tsukiji picture.

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    It looks like the guy dragging the tuna head isn't wearing pants! They must have introduced a pants policy since it became such a tourist attraction!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    It looks like the guy dragging the tuna head isn't wearing pants! They must have introduced a pants policy since it became such a tourist attraction!
    That is just Salty in a past life...

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    here's one a little earlier
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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    And some more post card from japan
    No "today" photo for this?

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    The backs of the ladies in the postcards remind me of William Merritt Chase painting .
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    and thanks for the pictures Son .
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    That's awesome. The first one is now my iPad wallpaper
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    here's one a little earlier
    OOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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