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COSTUMES.
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1. Pilgrim going up to Fujiyama.
2. Workmen's Holiday.
3. 3 Girls. 
4. Kago (Travelling Chair of Hakone Road).
5. Dancing Party.
6. Pipe Mender.
7. Jinrikisha (Two Girls Riding).
8. Kago (Travelling Chair)
9. Porcelain Shop.
10. Girls at Home.
11. Playing on Samisen, Fuye, Taiko & Tsuzumi
12. Travellers.
13. Walking out in Cold Weather.
14. Buddhist Priests.
15. Buddhist Priest.
16. Wind Costume in Heavy Storm.
17. Pounding Rice.
18. 3 Girls.
19. Japanese Funeral.
20. Funeral Service in a Temple.
21. Japanese Grave Yard. 
22. Dancing Party.
23. Playing on Music.
24. Tea House.
25. Eating at Home.
26. Afternoon Lunch.
27. [[Strikethrough]] Mosquito Net [[/Strikethrough]] ^ [[A Well.]] 
28. Jinrikisha (Turnble Down).
29. Palace Servant.
30. Samurai blowing Conch.
31. Washing at Home.
32. General (Ancient Time).

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