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Japan 1965 Reel 27 of 40

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Film Id:F16-0278
Film Description:Reel 27 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Kotohira Shrine
Marugame
Takamatsu
Shido
Tokushima

Lacquer design: mountain peak, shrine, temple, etc. (cu,underexposed).
Making fan: splitting bamboo with hand tool (cu).
Binding bamboo fan with string (cu)
Gluing paper onto fan frame (cu).
Putting small paper binder in fans (cu).
Packing fans.
Fan workshop: workers, tables (good shot).
Bamboo umbrella frame.
Spacing umbrella ribs (by hand) Putting paper binding in place by hand (cu).
Gluing paper V-sections to frame (cu).
Opening-closing mechanism of umbrella.
Piles of umbrellas.
An opening-closing mechanism (cu).
Paper binding applied by hand.
Cutting pieces for umbrella hubs: power saws, (cu).
Turning hub pieces on automatic lathe (cu).
Drilling hole in hub piece: automatic drill (cu).
Machine for cutting slots in hub: cutting-wheel has toothless section, allowing operator to advance a turn before next cutting cycle.
Hubs: various sizes. Kotohira shrine:
Altar piece. „ .
Embroidery: gold and silver thread curtain scene of cherry tree —
a National Treasure (some out of focus, underexposed, 100 mm).
Drum (cu).
Wall painting (Kotohira shrine): battle scenes.
Scenes on cast-bronze lamp: complex.
Bronze dragon on lamp base.
Palanquins (for climbing stone steps).
2 puppets at puppet exhibition hall (Tokoshima): note fine fabric clothing
Puppet faces.
Puppet hairstyle.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Kotohira Shrine, Kotohira-gū, Marugame, Takamatsu, Shido, Tokushima, Handcrafts, Puppets, Textiles
Tags: Handcrafts | Kotohira Shrine | Kotohira-gū | Marugame | Puppets | Shido | Takamatsu | Textiles | Tokushima
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.


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