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Old 10-20-2011, 05:29 PM
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I used the search hints PatCraft posted and found a Japanese seller of Tatebanko reprints.
Here is one from the 47 Ronin story:
?????????????????????? - ?????????Web??

Here is the complete listing of their tatebanko:

???????????: ?????????Web??

I have not checked out their payment system to see if it is friendly to non Japanese.
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One reason it is hard to search for tatebanko is that they are also named by words which Google translate as "lantern toys" and "upright kite stands".
Having to learn a lot of different words and circumlocutions for same thing, several different "alphabets" where one character might have different meaning or pronunciation depending on it you are using it according to Chinese meaning or Japanese usage would tend to make written communication rather complex.

Link to Japanese Paper Theater page:

Daruma San in Japan, Japanese Art and Culture (01): Daruma Yobanashi

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John : Few months ago, I bought 2 tatebankos at Toy-Toraya, but they don't sale outside Japan. Fortunatly, a friend of mine, go to Japan and could bougth them for me.

But I haven't build those tatebankos yet.
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The word "omochae" is also used for tatebankos or relatives.
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Patrick, I was revisiting your blog today and I saw this picture


Is this one that you downloaded? Is it available?
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I remember that one! Pat's famous Tanabata tatebanko.

Nice to see it again.

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Thank you for pointing that out. I searched and found!!!

http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/a...-toyokuni.html

That was an amazing post. Wish I'd been around to go along for that ride. Thanks, Patrick for that wonderful piece.
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Old 01-28-2012, 02:57 PM
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Hello, John,

I took the liberty to make a post about this really nice model at my blog, linking for this post and giving the credits to you.
Thank you for this rare model!
Greetings from Brazil!
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Old 05-27-2012, 05:43 PM
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Help, a 19th c. Japanese child must have been more clever than I am

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Many thanks for this link !

I found this one few days ago. The tatebanko is not bad too...
(And the sheets are big). This is one of the best I found one the Internet !

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M'aidez, s'il vous plait.

Je me fache.

This is a tricky build.

C'est tres difficile.

I built this but was not able to figure out how to do the trap door into hell.

Is there a missing sheet or did I assemble the bleu toit temple incorrectly since I could not find parts for its side or the stairway?

And how does the hut by the stream go together? It seems to have a moving panel which is also beyond me.

I was able to figure out the ghost fruits. Cute!
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Old 05-27-2012, 06:30 PM
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This is a most excellent find John. Bravo! I have sent the website to Tony Cole in Tokyo to get his interpretation. I cannot read Japanese at all (except I know that the three symbols at the head of the Thread title mean "tatebanko". Judging from the graphics style, I am thinking from the earlier part of the 19C, and Edo, not like the more garish Osaka Kabuki prints from the post Perry Meiji restoration period that are more common.
Not sure if Tony reads the posts on regular basis

I can call him

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