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120409-0034 - Nishimachi


Kobe Meiji 1900s Unknown
Nishimachi, also known as Division Street, in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture. The photographer had his back towards Meriken Pier, and pointed his camera towards the mountains. The first street on the left hand side is Sakaemachi. The green building on the right is the office of Mourilan, Heimann & Co, agents for shipping and insurance companies. The blue building in the center is the Windsor Hotel, while the yellowish building behind it is the office of the Japan Chronicle (1897-1941), the successor of the Kobe Chronicle (1890-1897), the newspaper where author Lafcadio Hearn (1850–1904) briefly worked.
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