Exhibition - Politics - Japan
The Emperor Hirohito (1901-1989), Assumed The Throne Ucon The Death of His Father in 1926. His Official Coronation Was Two Years Later in a lavish, Traditional Ceremony Imbued with Ancient Japanese Pageantry. The New York Times Reported That Over One Million People Took To The Streets of Kyoto as part of the Celebration.
This rare and exceptional post advertising an exhibition Held in Conjunction with the Coronation is a stylized, Decorative Map of Kyoto, Displaying for Visitors Highlights of the City's Infrastructure. The Image Harmoniously Combines The Prevailing Japanese Art Deco Style With Traditional Japanese Cultural Design Elements.
The Chrysanthemums Seen in The Middle Part of the Design represent The "Chrysanthemum Throne" to which the Emperor was ascending.
The Flowers Were Also Strewn and Planted All Around The City During The Event. In Handfulness Were Designed for the Coronoration Celebration, Each One More Staggering Than The Previous, However This Is The Only Design Well Locate en français. According to the registration in the Lower Right Hand Corner, this poster was a prize-winning design
The Toppan Printing Co Japan
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