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In Japan the men who told stories using Kamishibai, would travel from town to town, selling candy to entice the children. #kamishibai

In Japan the men who told stories using Kamishibai, would travel from town to town, selling candy to entice the children. #kamishibai

Portable puppet theatre by Janina's Design.

Portable puppet theatre by Janina's Design.

Loopmeisje: 19e eeuwse pop die echt leek te lopen als ze een lange jurk droeg. Ze heeft acht voeten op een ronddraaiend wieltje. Als je de pop over de vloer duwde ging ze lopen. Uit het museum van rare loopjes.

Loopmeisje: 19e eeuwse pop die echt leek te lopen als ze een lange jurk droeg. Ze heeft acht voeten op een ronddraaiend wieltje. Als je de pop over de vloer duwde ging ze lopen. Uit het museum van rare loopjes.

Victorian And Edwardian Pastimes  The history of Punch and Judy is a story dating back hundreds of years. Punch started off as a marionette or string puppet performing on the streets of London town, and gradually shed his strings and moved to the seaside. The history of this British icon is a fascinating one and when coupled with a live puppet show is an informative as well as very entertaining hour

Victorian And Edwardian Pastimes The history of Punch and Judy is a story dating back hundreds of years. Punch started off as a marionette or string puppet performing on the streets of London town, and gradually shed his strings and moved to the seaside. The history of this British icon is a fascinating one and when coupled with a live puppet show is an informative as well as very entertaining hour

Advertisement highlighting the bronze medal that the praxinoscope theatre received at the 1878 Exposition Universal in Paris.   The praxinoscope theatre was invented by Charles-Emile Reynaud. It was an improvement on his earlier device as it hid the mechanics of operation. It became part of a suite of popular philosophical or optical toys created in the 19th century. Like the praxinoscope theatre, most attempted to create the illusion of movement using a series of static images.

Advertisement highlighting the bronze medal that the praxinoscope theatre received at the 1878 Exposition Universal in Paris. The praxinoscope theatre was invented by Charles-Emile Reynaud. It was an improvement on his earlier device as it hid the mechanics of operation. It became part of a suite of popular philosophical or optical toys created in the 19th century. Like the praxinoscope theatre, most attempted to create the illusion of movement using a series of static images.

« PAQUITA » Marionnette portée echelle 1. Mousse , lycra et latex Réalisé pour le spectacle « Spanish circus » mis en scène par Laura fernàndez[gallery t…

« PAQUITA » Marionnette portée echelle 1. Mousse , lycra et latex Réalisé pour le spectacle « Spanish circus » mis en scène par Laura fernàndez[gallery t…

Tanabata

Tanabata

昭和20年代のカラー写真

昭和20年代のカラー写真

George Frederick Fox, Yokohama, Japan, 1953

George Frederick Fox, Yokohama, Japan, 1953

Shinbashi 新橋 street - Tokyo, Japan - 1952 Nippon-Graph #japan

Shinbashi 新橋 street - Tokyo, Japan - 1952 Nippon-Graph #japan

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