A black-and-white photograph showing the interior of the Nogi Family Exhibition at the Nogi Shrine near Kyoto, which was built in 1916. The interior of the living room can be seen, with three dolls depicting the father, mother and young Nogi Maresuke 乃木希典 (1849–1912), later commander of the ground forces in the Russo-Japanese War. Nogi Maresuke committed suicide or seppuku when Emperor Meiji died.
Manufacturing technique: black-and-white print
Inscription: （伏見桃山）乃木舊邸（乃木将軍少年時代の家庭教訓） Fushimi Momoyama: Nogi kyūtei Nogi shōgun shōnen jidai no katei kyōkun (Fushimi Momoyama: the old house of the Nogi family, the family study of the later General Nogi)
No. of parts: 1
Current owner: Celje Regional Museum
Date of the last acquisition: 1957–1960
Previous owners and periods of ownership: Alma M. Karlin (from year 1950)| Thea Schreiber Gammelin (from year 1950 to year 1957)| Celje Regional Museum (from year 1957)
Object condition, handling and damage: well preserved
Press releases: Shigemori Bučar, Chikako. “Alma M. Karlin’s Visits to Temples and Shrines in Japan". Poligrafi 93/94, volume 24 (2019).
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