|Dimensions:||101.6 x 62.8 cm | 40 x 24.72 inches|
|Condition:||Very good | | B +|
|Publisher:||Japan Travel Bureau|
|Printed by:||Hosokawa Printing Co. Ltd|
This original vintage travel poster, released by the Japan Travel Bureau during the 1930s, offers a glimpse into the captivating allure of Japan. In 1941, the company underwent a name change, becoming the East Asian Travel Agent.
The poster features a charming tableau, where a woman and a child are elegantly dressed in traditional Japanese attire, providing a captivating juxtaposition against the majestic backdrop of Mount Fuji.
Mount Fuji, renowned for its graceful conical shape, proudly stands as Japan's tallest peak. It holds profound cultural significance as the country's sacred symbol, with numerous temples and shrines gracing its vicinity.
While the poster exhibits signs of age-related wear, it has been meticulously preserved through professional mounting on linen, complete with an acid-free barrier.