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70111-0008 - Isezaki-cho 2-chome


Yokohama Meiji 1900s Unknown
Yokohama’s Isezaki-cho, also known as Theatre Street. The big white building on this postcard is Shintomitei, a yose theater famous for rakugo and magic shows. In 1922 (Taisho 11), it was bought by the large theater company Tokyo Yoshimoto. Isezaki-cho, popularly known as Zaki was built on reclaimed ground in 1874 (Meiji 7). Closely located near Yokohama’s red light district, it became a theater district as early as 1877. See blog entry
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