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138. Girl.
139. Girl, in Summer Dress.
140. Preparing Rice Ground (Ploughing).
141. Rice Planting.
142. Samurai in Armour.
143. Girl.
144. Girls Walking.
145. Japanese Tattoo.
146. Girl, playing on Samisen.
147. Doctor.
148. [[strikethrough]] Girls.[[/strikethrough]] Singing
149. Removing.
150. Country Woman carrying Branches on her Head.
151. Garden.
152. Girls, New Year's Game
153. Japanese Tattoo.
154. Buckwheat Maccaroni Eating.
155. Kitchen (Preparing Dinner).
156. 2 Girls Whispering.
157. Stripping off Grains of Barley through Frame.
158. Coolie for conveying Pilgrim's Parcels on Fujiyama. 

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159. Rope Dancer.
160. Miko or Performer in Kagura.
161. Cutting Barley.
162. Umbrella Maker.
163. Tea-House Girl.
164. Japanese Toilet.
165. Flower Ceremony (Arranging).
166. Wrestlers.
167. Playing on Flute, Kokyu and Samisen.
168. Street Mountebanks.
169. Buddhist Priest.
170. Girl.
171. Washing Hair.
172. Hair Dressing.
173. Ferry Boat.
174. Girls Dancing.
175. 2 Girls.
176. Girl.
177. Yoshiwara.
178. [[strikethrough]]Girl.[[/strikethrough]] Touch Stone.
179. Girl.
180. Dressing (Obi).
181. Girls Dancing.
182. Girls Dancing.
183. Giving and Receiving Present.
184. Tea Drinking. 

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185. 3 Girls in a Garden.
186. Girls Cooling.
187. Geisha, playing on Samisen.
188. Doctor.
189. Girl.
190. Girl. [[ditto marks]]
191. Wayside Resting Place.
192. Ceremony of Samurai (Nobles).
193. Buddhist Priests.
194. Pilgrim.
195. Amazake Seller (Kind of hot drink of Fermented Rice).
196. Old Paper Buyer.
197. Broom Seller.
198. Cotton Whipping. 
199. Shinto Priests, playing Go (Checkers).
200. Vegetable Pedler.
201. Water Coolie.
202. Ono Dance.
203. Kyoto Shimabara Girls.
204. Dancing.
205. [[strikethrough]]Kioto Girl.[[strikethrough]] Block Printer.
206. Jinrikisha.
207. Cleaning House.
208. Daughter.
209. Life on the Ocean Wave

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210. Miko or Performer in Kagura.
211. Dressing (Obi).
212. Girls, playing on Koto and Samisen.
213. Group of Children.
214. Girl. 
215. Girls playing Koto and Kokiu.
216. Fishing.
217. Group of Children.
218. Figures.
219. Country Woman Selling Flower.
220. Writing Letter.
221. Farmers.
222. Selling Flower.
223. A Well.
224. Kioto Dancing Girl.
225. [[strikethrough]]Kioto Girl[[/strikethrough]]  Old Clothing Shop.
226. Flower Ceremony.
227. Sleeping Girl.
228. Japanese Tattoo.
229. Hair Dressing in Japanese Style (Men)
230. [[strikethrough]]Tea House Girls.[[/strikethrough]] Funeral.
231. Group of Children.
232. Kago, Travelling Chair.
233. Girl.
234. Bull Cart.

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