This ClipArt gallery offers 26 images of famous architectural designs, landmarks, people, coins, stamps, and customs from Japan.

Two Japanese people bowing to eachother.

Bow

Two Japanese people bowing to eachother.

The Church Mission Society, known as the Church Missionary Society in Australia and New Zealand, is a group of evangelistic societies working with the Anglican Church and other Protestant Christians around the world. Founded in 1799, CMS has attracted upwards of nine thousand men and women to serve as mission partners during its 200-year history. A religious Mission or Mission station is a location for missionary work.

CMS Mission Station, Island of Deshimo, Japan

The Church Mission Society, known as the Church Missionary Society in Australia and New Zealand, is…

Tea leaves are placed in the basket atop the oven and receive a steam bath, drying them out.

Drying Tea Leaves

Tea leaves are placed in the basket atop the oven and receive a steam bath, drying them out.

A geisha woman.

Geisha

A geisha woman.

A citizen of the country of Japan.

Japanese

A citizen of the country of Japan.

A citizen of the country of Japan.

Japanese Girl

A citizen of the country of Japan.

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

Japanese Medics

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

Two Japanese men reading a newspaper.

Japanese Men

Two Japanese men reading a newspaper.

This illustration shows a Japanese Woman. She is holding an umbrella and wearing a kimono.

Japanese Woman

This illustration shows a Japanese Woman. She is holding an umbrella and wearing a kimono.

Five pounds of tea leaves are taken out of the steam bath and put in a stone furnace.

Leaves in Furnace

Five pounds of tea leaves are taken out of the steam bath and put in a stone furnace.

The 122nd emperor of Japan, reigning from 1867 until his death in 1917.

Mutsuhito

The 122nd emperor of Japan, reigning from 1867 until his death in 1917.

A Japanese nobleman and servant.

Nobleman and Servant

A Japanese nobleman and servant.

"Japanese pagodas are similar to those of China, and even more elaborately carved." —D'Anvers, 1895

Pagoda

"Japanese pagodas are similar to those of China, and even more elaborately carved." —D'Anvers,…

An enclosed windowed chair suitable for a single occupant or more luxurious furniture, not always enclosed, for the passender to sit or lie on, with an upholstered interior, which was carrier by at least two porters.

Palanquin

An enclosed windowed chair suitable for a single occupant or more luxurious furniture, not always enclosed,…

Coat of Arms, Japan

The Great Seal of Japan

Coat of Arms, Japan

The obverse side of the Japanese sen, one hundredth of a yen.

Sen (Obverse)

The obverse side of the Japanese sen, one hundredth of a yen.

The reverse side of the Japanese sen, one hundredth of a yen.

Sen (Reverse)

The reverse side of the Japanese sen, one hundredth of a yen.

A Shinto Shrine, near Yokohama.

Shinto Shrine

A Shinto Shrine, near Yokohama.

The tea leaves are taken to long, low tables where the stems and uncurled leaves are separated and discarded.

Sorting Leaves

The tea leaves are taken to long, low tables where the stems and uncurled leaves are separated and discarded.

"Japanese spearhead"—Finley, 1917

Japanese spearhead

"Japanese spearhead"—Finley, 1917

Japan Stamp (1 yen) from 1888

Japan, 1 Yen Stamp, 1888

Japan Stamp (1 yen) from 1888

Japan Stamp (20 sen) from 1872

Japan, 20 Sen Stamp, 1872

Japan Stamp (20 sen) from 1872

The interior of a tea house.

Tea House

The interior of a tea house.

Tea leaves taken from the steam bath and laid on a mat to cool.

Tea Leaves Cooling

Tea leaves taken from the steam bath and laid on a mat to cool.

The three wise monkeys of Nikko. See no evil, speak no evil, and hear no evil.

Three Wise Monkeys

The three wise monkeys of Nikko. See no evil, speak no evil, and hear no evil.

Japan Wrapper (value unknown) from 1875

Japan, Unknown Value Wrapper, 1875

Japan Wrapper (value unknown) from 1875