A Japanese funeral procession at Nagasaki Japan. From the book: Two journeys to Japan. 1856-7, by Kinahan Cornwallis. Illustrated by the author. Published by Thomas Cautley Newby. London 1859.
My Nagasaki Friends. Noskotoska and Tazolee.
The governor of Hakodate and Suite. While witnessing the wrestling match.
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Ladies witnessing the performance of the actors, at Nagasaki Japan.
Greek bishop dressed in a Rhason. The Rhason is wider than the Talar. Talar and Rhason mean symbolically renouncing all earthly vanity and striving for spiritual peace.