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Kanshi Fukugi

The record of the official cloths used by the Korean Liaison and the accompanying personnels. From the inscription added to the illustration, it is assumed that the liaison came to Japan on the occasion of the celebration of the accession of Ienari, the 11th Shogun, to the Shogunate in the 8th year of Bunsei (1825).

Ryoshi kohuku

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.

Jojokan Hanjikan Seijutsukan

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.

Jojokan

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.

Gunkan

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.

Gakujin Kowarabe

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.

Kowarabe

Cloths for reception. Inscription in the blank space explains that it was drawn only from a distance. Therefore the image is only in general and the detail of the pattern on the fabric was impossible to see.