Japan 1965 Reel 14 of 40


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Film Id:F16-0265
Film Description:Reel 14 of 40
Unedited travelogue


Cat. Reel 265 1965: Reel 14: Japan. Kōyasan. Ōtsu. April 12-14

Stone lantern.
2 story building: second level is circular.
Panel of metal lantern: man playing flute.
Lantern panel.
Treasure house: some interior shots, dark.
Wood carving.
Candle holder at shrine.
Gilded Buddha statue. Gilded figurines.
Red-cloaked priest at altar.
Painted Buddha on pillars.
Wood carving: birds.
Wood carving: leaves.
Steps: bronze plate decoration.
Ceiling construction.
Carved wooden door panels.
Palanquins at Hiyoshi Shrine: being prepared for ceremony.
Detachable metal decoration on palanquin (cu).
Metal mirror: note molded script.
Bells on palanquin.
Palanquin: end view, hung with ornaments.
Ceremonial drum. Palanquin. Priest.
Palanquin: cloth decoration (cu).
Ceremonial drum (cu).
Decorative metal panels.
Palanquin handle decoration.
Priest at altar.
Couple giving offerings.
Badly worn cloth on palanquin.
Metal decoration.
Palanquin: end view
Panel: cavorting monkeys
Wooden lion
People eating lunch on platform.
Street scenes: high walls.
Gathering at Torii Shrine.
Japanese armor worn by live models.
Ceremony at shrine.
Stone shelter over purification drinking fountain.
Small wooden shrine in garden.
4 priests at altar.
Donated sake bottles.
Priests marching into ceremony.
Priest at altar.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Kōyasan, Hiyoshi Shrine, Japanese armor, Ōtsu
Tags: Kōyasan | Hiyoshi Shrine | Japanese armor | Ōtsu
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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