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Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
Nishi Kichijūrō
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Description
Portrait of a thirty-seven-year-old Japanese man named Nishi Kichijūrō, a samurai and officer on the 1864 Ikeda mission to France, employed as an interpreter of Dutch. He is pictured standing, wearing traditional dress of kimono with mon (family emblem), and is carrying long and short swords (katana and wakizashi).

Due to the nature of these images, prints will reproduce any signs of age, wear or damage that occurred before they were archived by the Pitt Rivers Museum.
Additional information
Date April - June 1864

Nishi Kichijūrō

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