Japan 1965 Reel 23 of 40


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Film Description:Reel 23 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Rengaya town
Hokozaki shrine
Razaifa Hachima shrine


Reel 23 of 40
Unedited travelogue
Rengaya town
Hokozaki shrine
Razaifa Hachima shrine

Cat. Reel 274 1965: Reel 23: Japan. May 8-9. Fukuoka. Rengaya town. Mongolian ruins.

At a doll shop:
Sculpting clay figure on rotating stand using knife and
fingers (cu of doll face).
Putting "flat" clay into mold, pressing by hand.
Mold halves put together.
Mold halves: showing the fit.
Separating mold: a figure's leg with "crab" excess on leg.
Clay figures: wide-brim hat.
Clay figures: one in pink.
Pouring plaster of paris into a mold from which another mold
will be made.
Partly assembled clay figure.
Many figures in various stages of being painted.
Clay figure: woman with baby, partly painted.
Clay figure: a woman.
Dolls on bench: florescent lighting.
Workers at table, painting figures.
Trimming molded spout to fit body of pot, using hand tool.
Trimming sections of a pot.
Punching strainer holes in pot.
Putting spout on pot.
Loom: hand shuttle.
Lacquered vessel (underexposed).
Shrine: drum (Relics of Mongol invasion preserved
in shrine): interior views.
Picture of Mongol Anchor Chain. Explanatory signboard.
Donation board
Ruin of Mongol wall.
Picture painted on wood.
Carved figure behind screen.
Shrine in Rengaya Town:
Treasure House: Carved animal with big eyes. Stone work(cu).
Large gong.
Large drum.
Partly gilded lion.
Door: bronze fittings (cu).
Carved animal on altar.
Painted, carved wooden panels on wall near ceiling.
Bronze animal.
Paintings on side of wall (generally underexposed, out of focus).
Two-wheeled carriage (underexposed).
Scroll painting: figures
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Fukuoka, Rengaya, Hokozaki, Dolls, Handcrafts, Mongolian ruins, Mongolian antiquities
Tags: Dolls | Fukuoka | Handcrafts | Hokozaki | Mongolian antiquities | Mongolian ruins | Rengaya
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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