slide (photograph (documentary artefact))

Lantern slide depicting Wakanoura, a famous beauty spot visited by Japanese people for holidays. Japanese poets write about this place, and artists make pictures. Noblemen as far back as the Heian period were visiting Wakanoura and writing poems. Waka means poem. The temple in Wakanoura is Tamatsu-shima, and the house in the photograph is a viewpoint for people visiting the temple. On the right is Imose-Yama mountain, The house below the mountain is Kyouou-dou (in Kaizen-in).

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