4 Comments

  1. We received a comment from a student at Tsukuba University:

    This photo was most likely taken at Oshima Park on Oshima island, as the clothes worn by the woman closely resembles the costumes currently rented out on Izu Oshima.

    https://tokyo-trip.org/event/063tsubakifes/

    Oshima Park was established in 1935, so this photo would have been taken after then

    https://www.soumu.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/11osima/park/www/htdocs/about.html

    筑波大学の学生さんからコメントをいただきました:

    この写真は多分大島公園で撮影されたものです。女性の服装は現在伊豆大島で貸し出しされている衣装にそっくりです。

    https://tokyo-trip.org/event/063tsubakifes/

    同公園は1935年に出来たので、この写真はその後の撮影かと思われます。

    https://www.soumu.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/11osima/park/www/htdocs/about.html

    Reply
  2. Wakunakuni さんからFBに下記のメッセージを頂きました:
    伊豆大島の大島公園でしょうか。女性の衣類は伊豆大島の椿祭りで現在も身につけられているようです。https://www.gotokyo.org/jp/spot/ev112/index.html

    We received a message on FB from Wakunakuni which says:
    Could this be at the Oshima Park in Izu Oshima? The woman’s garment is that is still worn in Izu Oshima during their Camellia Festival.
    https://www.gotokyo.org/en/spot/ev112/index.html

    Reply
  3. 伊豆大島?今も同じ衣装で女性が観光客をもてなしているような

    Reply
    • Translation of Hirokko’s post on 3 March 2020: Is this Izu Oshima? It appears women there are wearing similar garments even today to welcome tourists.

      Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.