I had to speed through the modern side of the museum a bit since Susannah finished her test early.
They still had a bunch of cool models and life-size replicas of things.
This is a model of a Japanese street during the Taisho period(1912-1926):Note the trolley tracks mixed in with the horse-drawn carriages.
Edo-style woodblock prints still continued on during this period but they started to include more western elements.
There were also more room reconstructions:A Taisho-era house featuring more rooms and a separate entrance.
And a Showa-era (1926-1989) house from the 1960s:Gotta love the powder-blue furniture.
There was even a Showa-era house replication you could walk around in. I didn’t include many pictures because it was a bit cramped so none of them turned out very clear.
There were also a lot of Japanese products from the 70s and 80s that were on display:
This is an original Nintendo Entertainment System (called Family Computer in Japan):
There was also a television playing tons of TV commercials from the 1980s, and even an original Sony Walkman. Pretty cool.
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