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33. Corean Old Man.
34. Jinrikisha with Rain Coat
35. Prisoner. 
36. Buddhist Priest.
37. Girl.
38. Samurai.
39. Carrying Children.
40. Girl, holding an Umbrella
41. Wrestlers. 
42. Coolies, taking Wayside Refreshment.
43. Pounding Rice.
44. Blind Shampooer.
45. Blind Shampooer.
46. Winnowing Rice.
47. Harakiri.
48. Coolies, Gambling (out side).
49. Kago (Travelling Chair)
50. Ironing & Sewing Clothes
51. Eating.
52. [[strikethrough]] General [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Weaving Carpets]]
53. Shinto Priest.
54. Shinto Priest offering Wine to God.
55. Kioto Dancing Girl.
56. Silk Store.
57. Girl, Winter Costume.
58. Girls Playing at Game (Tohachiken).
59. Cleaning Rice.
60. Separating Rice from Stalk.
61. Farmer, making Rice Bale.
62. Vegetables.
63. Wooden Shoe Repairer.
64. [[strikethrough]] Weaving Silk. [[/strikethrough]]  ^[[Peony garden]]
65. Jinrikisha of Maiko-no-Hama.
66. Wedding Ceremony.
67. Home Bathing.
68. Travelling Chair.
69. Pack Horse. 
70. Sawyers.
71. Playing at Go (Draughts)
72. Playing at Koto (Music)
73. Girl, playing on Konkonchiki (Game).
74. [[strikethrough]] Girls Dancing. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Tea Picking.]]
75. Execution Ground.
76. [[strikethrough]] Girl. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Preserve & Porcelain Shop]]
77. Musume (Girl), showing Back Hair.
78. Peony Garden.
79. Two Girls Walking.
80. Visiting Ceremonials.
81. Girl, holding an Umbrella
82. Yoshiwara Girls.
83. Geisha (Singing Girl).

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84. Freight Cart.
85. Sleeping Girl.
86. Snow Costume.
87. Coolie, in Snow Costume
88. Post Runner.
89. Girls in Bed.
90. Group of Aino's Men.
91. Group of Aino's Women
92. Girl.
93. Girl holding an Umbrella
94. New Year's Ceremony.
95. Farmer.
96. Coolie in Bare Body.
97. Farmer's House.
98. Fishing Boat.
99. Wayside Resting Place.
100. Tea Picking.
101. Tea Drinking.
102. Flower Pedler.
103. Flower Pedler. [[ditto marks]]
104. Reading Letter.
105. Spinning Cotton.
106. [[strikethrough]] Betto (Groom who run with Horse) [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Tattoo.]]
107. Girls playing on Samisen, Tsuzumi and Taiko.
108. Girl.
109. Samurai in Armour.
110. Basket Seller.
111. Carpenter.
112. Ladies, in Winter Costume.
113. Carrying Child.
114. Girl, dressing Her Hair.
115. Yoshiwara Girls.
116. Writing a Letter.
117. Kioto Girl.
118. Girls, Writing, Reading, and Sewing.
119. Jinrikisha.
120. Reading a Letter..
121. Playing and Dancing.
122. Nectarine.
123. Dancing.
124. Sweeping.
125. Jinrikisha.
126. Fencing.
127. Wayside Resting.
128. Ancient Noble Man's Style.
129. Coolie wears Straw Coat
130. Coolie, smoking Tobacco
131. Sumiyoshi Dance.
132. Inside Theatre.
133. Moshiwatashi (Sentence by a Judge).
134. Harakiri.
135. Tea Ceremony.
136. Girl.
137. Japanese Junks.

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