Who were these post cards made for? They show images of Post WWII Japan. There are signs in English in downtown Yokohoma, an image of construction at the SASEBO Navy Port, an American car in front of a lake in the Fuji-Hakone National Park, Hiroshima, and many images of mountains, castles, shrines, city scenes and landscapes, 41 in all. The publisher: Fuhuda Cards, whose imprint appears on the lower left corner of the back side of each card. Each image has a scene description below and Japanese characters on the right margin both front and back. Each card measures 3.5 inches x 5.5 inches. Box measurements are 6 1/4 inches x 4 1/4 inches. The decorative box has JAPAN in bold white letters on the upper left front, a snow covered mountain, sails on the inlet, a village scene and blossoms to the right. The front has a background of black, the bottom is red, and edges are gold. It has the appearance of being a small book. At four dollars a card, your cost would be $164. I am asking $80.
20 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List
He says "why?" she says " why not."
Offering the unexpected, the eclectic, the "gotta-have-it.