Nobukuni Enami, also known as T. Enami, was a photographer and studio owner in Yokohama from 1892 until his death in 1929. He made thousands of stereoviews, lantern-slides and postcards in his lifetime, which are essential in the pictorial history of the Meiji and Taishō eras.
The resort village of Hakone on Lake Ashi Morning light on the winter shores of Lake Yamanaka, with the Mt. Fuji in the background
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The next generation of AirPods Adds some of the features we saw come with the Pro like spatial audio support and water resistance. The Antique Dealer, c. 1892-1895 A basket, brush and broom seller, c. 1892-1896 A goldfish seller The Japanese version of the cold lemonade stand: a man serving amazake, a low-alcohol or alcohol-free sweet drink, made from fermented rice, c. 1892-1895 Blowfish lanterns, c. 1897-1900 Unwinding silk from cocoons Babysitters, c. 1898-1903 Working dogs Selling flowers in front of a milk shop A komusō (characterized by a straw bascinet named tengai worn on the head), a mendicant monk of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism, playing on the Japanese bamboo flute (shakuhachi) while begging The broom seller Boys on their way to school Hot water for Japanese troops in China, during the Russo-Japan War, 1904-1905 An umbrella maker Drying umbrellas, c. 1905-1915 Mt. Fuji through dead trees and veiling clouds, c. 1906-1912 A maiko and an obi in the Genkyu Gardens of Hikone, near Kyoto Sweeping snow Reading a love letter, c. 1908 Geisha on a jinrikisha Tea pickers on a green hill, c. 1910-1915 A water wagon man keeping the dust down in a high class neighborhood, c. 1905-1920 Drying tea A geisha makes some music for her dancing maiko sisters, c. 1925
The photos are from the Flickr stream of Okinawa Soba.