Dining room. Une Salle a manger. Japan 1895.

Japan, Dining, room,
Dining room. Une Salle a manger. Japan 1895.

Japan women in a dining room, 1895.

Une Salle a manger.

Published by Autour du Monde. Souvenirs de Voyages, Paris, L. Boulanger 1895.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Note:  Japanese children. Groupe d'enfants, 1895.

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