The color of the anemone japonica flower is a rosy, purplish-red. The stamen of the flower is a golden yellow color. This flower grows in Japan.

Flower and Leaf of Anemone Japonica

The color of the anemone japonica flower is a rosy, purplish-red. The stamen of the flower is a golden…

The statue of Daibutsu, or great Buddha at Yokohama.

Daibutsu

The statue of Daibutsu, or great Buddha at Yokohama.

The Mandarin duck, also known as the Chinese teal and the fan-tail duck, is domesticated in China and Japan.

Mandarin Duck

The Mandarin duck, also known as the Chinese teal and the fan-tail duck, is domesticated in China and…

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to bloom in May.

Pyrus Floribunda

A free-flowering tree that grows beautiful red flowers. They are commonly found in Japan, and tend to…

Japanese girl doll in traditional national costume.

Japanese doll

Japanese girl doll in traditional national costume.

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

Japanese Medics

Japanese Field Ambulance-bearers.

A tree which produces dark red flowers and fragrant green leaves. The leaves are oval and serrated. They are native to Japan.

Pyrus Japonica

A tree which produces dark red flowers and fragrant green leaves. The leaves are oval and serrated.…

(1845- ) Japanese general

General Kuroki

(1845- ) Japanese general

"An iron pile light erected at Haneda, in the Bay of Yedo, Japan." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Lighthouse

"An iron pile light erected at Haneda, in the Bay of Yedo, Japan." —The Encyclopedia Britannica,…

(1852- ) Emperor of Japan

Mutsuhito

(1852- ) Emperor of Japan

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.

"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,…

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.

An imperial Japanese soldier.

Imperial Japanese soldier

An imperial Japanese soldier.

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.

(1847-1934) Japanese Admiral who served the Imperial Japanese Navy

Admiral Heihachiro Togo

(1847-1934) Japanese Admiral who served the Imperial Japanese Navy

A plant which produces white or faintly pink flowers, with very small leaves and lobed leaves. They are common in Japan and bloom in May.

Pyrus Toringo

A plant which produces white or faintly pink flowers, with very small leaves and lobed leaves. They…

"One to three feet high; flowers erect, orange yellow, spotted black, well open and very beautiful. Each bulb throws up from three to four flowering stems. Native of Japan and blooms in August."—Heinrich, 1887

Wallacei

"One to three feet high; flowers erect, orange yellow, spotted black, well open and very beautiful.…