Up for sale is a very rare large format print showing what was used as a promotional flyer in Japan in 1894 for the release of the phonograph. This image was originally published on small pamphlets to promote the new electronic device originally created by Thomas Edison. The artist who designed this work was Sasaki Sena who loved from 1866 - 1961. This is a large format contemporary print of the original small image that measures 21 x 30 inches and rests in a frame measuring 29.75 x 39 inches. Here is a description of the print from a Japanese website.
By the way, today, July 31 is the day of the phonograph. Acquired the patent of phonograph on July 31, 1877, I will. Introduce the promotional postcard of the Japanese phonograph. Japan phonograph company is the current Japan Columbia. It was established in 1910 (Meiji 43).
"Nippo Nohon" released as a Japanese phonograph. Seems to have used Billiken as a character.
And is also drawn on the addressee side. The poster of the Japanese phonograph business association of 1894 was. Introduced to HP of Japan Columbia. With the same pattern as.
The picture postcard , maybe the poster was just made a picture postcard. He is also a writer, composer and director of the Asakusa Opera.The Great Buddha at the upper left of the postcard is one of the company's marks. And listens to the sound.
There is a pattern where the Great Buddha is listening to the phonograph is. A poster based on this postcard that was published under the name "Hamimi Calendar" on the website of Nihon Columbia Japan.
Did you have a calendar attached? Or is the pattern related to Hanami?I do not know because I have no knowledge... The pattern depicts various performances such as Kabuki, Noh and Rakugo, as well as playing instruments such as shamisen and shakuhachi. Speaking of phonographs, it is an image in a rich house, I think that common people did not have a hand, but the stage that I had no choice but to see and listen live, was reproduced with sound alone and listened many times it is possible, is it would have been epoch-making because.
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