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Old 07-31-2021, 03:11 PM
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Oniwakamaru and the Carp
A tatebanko:
https://assets.catawiki.nl/assets/20...67fd605cc8.jpg
Oniwakamaru (‘Little Devil’) was the childhood name of the twelfth century warrior-monk Sait Musashib Benkei, a popular figure in Japanese folklore.

Here he is shown as a boy, about to avenge the death of his mother, who was supposedly killed by a giant carp.
A print of the same subject:
Oniwakamaru and the Giant Carp, 1835 - Toyota Hokkei - WikiArt.org
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Old 07-31-2021, 03:15 PM
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Japanese Soldiers Terrorize Chinese Civilians, A Patriotic Sino-Japanese War Tatebanko:
Five-Sheet Cut-Out Three-Dimensional Diorama: Great Victory of Japan at Port Arthur during the Sino-Japanese War | Saint Louis Art Museum
in the St Louis Art Museum Collection
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Old 07-31-2021, 03:24 PM
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More Tatebanko from SLAM

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The St. Louis Art Museum's Collection of Tatebanko:
https://www.slam.org/search/kumiage/

and another Sino-Japanese war scene
https://egenolfgallery.com/products/war010?variant=29584467951698

I changed my search criteria and found a few more tatebanko in the SLAM collection
https://www.slam.org/search/Cut-Out+Diorama+/
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And please visit this page with its links to more tatebanko
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/found-internet/48265-new-museum-collection-tatebanko-online.html
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Old 07-31-2021, 04:35 PM
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A 2nd Web Site with the Kabuki Theater Tatebanko

There are two Web sites that have the Kabuki theater tatebanko:
1st the one I previously posted here
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/745746-post823.html
or the direct link

gGb鐼w cpفbJosai University Mizuta Museum

and another which I just found

国郷「東錦絵大當芝泉」 | 山田書店美術部オンラインストア


The artist was Utagawa Kunisato 国郷. The tatebanko was published in 1859. It is quite amazing to think we can still print and construct a 150 year old piece of ephemera that Kunisada churned out to pay the rent or buy a few meals.

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Old 07-31-2021, 04:58 PM
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This web page has links to low resolution images of tatebanko and paper toys.
Most (there are adequate resolution images of the Monkey King and a collection of dress up Paper Dolls in Western clothing ) are not high enough resolution to build but they are interesting to look at, and see the range of subject matter and the different composition styles.
[B! おもちゃ絵] yaskohikのブックマーク


I'd better stop, I stumbled on a placer deposit of tatebanko, which I have been emptying out, but I should stop grabbing bandwidth and let others have a chance to post. Again I want to thank Rob Tauxe, as his posting provided the incentive and the clues needed to sniff out more tatebanko. I just hope that there are still more out there waiting to be found.
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Old 07-31-2021, 05:05 PM
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Sorry, just one more:
Cut out paper dolls in western clothing, from 19th c. Japan
(無題)  - 国立国会図書館デジタルコレクション
I did not explore the page, it is part of the National Diet Library Digital Collection.
There probably are lots of other interesting documents in the collection.
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Old 08-01-2021, 04:27 PM
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Originally Posted by John Wagenseil View Post
There are two Web sites that have the Kabuki theater tatebanko:
1st the one I previously posted here
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/745746-post823.html
or the direct link
gGb鐼w cpفbJosai University Mizuta Museum
and another which I just found
国郷「東錦絵大當芝泉」 | 山田書店美術部オンラインストア
The artist was Utagawa Kunisato 国郷. The tatebanko was published in 1859. It is quite amazing to think we can still print and construct a 150 year old piece of ephemera that Kunisato churned out to pay the rent or buy a few meals.

Threads with pictures of the completed tatebanko, and links to prints of the actual theater. The theater tatebanko is complex and unless you can read 19th c. cursive Japanese script, the printed sheets do not provide a lot of information about how to build it. I also once mistakenly thought that the Theatre tatebanko had been created by Hokusai, I was wrong it was created by Kunisato was as active in the mid to late 19th c.
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/found-internet/33501-hokusai-kabuki-theater-challenge.html?highlight=kabuki
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/found-internet/31738-2012-edo-era-paper-craft-exibit.html?highlight=kabuki#post467272
I hope that several members will try to make the theater to go along with the Hokusai Bathhouse and Temple Gate.
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Old 08-10-2021, 05:30 PM
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Defeating the Female Demon

Studio of Kinnosuke Maki, Defeat of a Female Demon at Togakushi, 1893, Meiji 26 | Nonaka-Hill
and
Busy Work at Home | Nonaka-Hill

and some other links to tatebanko
Studio of Kinnosuke Maki, Diagram of the Great Fierce Attack on Nanzan Mountain during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904, Meiji 37 | Nonaka-Hill
Click on the side arrows to cycle through the other tatebanko.
These tatebanko are (were) for sale.

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Old 08-10-2021, 11:33 PM
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Paper Craft of the Scene at the Taigyūrō from Satomi Hakkenden

コレクションデータベースjiu0667|城西国際大学水田美術館


Nansō Satomi Hakkenden (shinjitai: 南総里見八犬伝; kyūjitai: 南總里見八犬傳) is a Japanese epic novel (yomihon) in 106 volumes by Kyokutei Bakin. The volumes were written and published over a period of nearly thirty years (181442). Bakin had gone blind before finishing the tale, and he dictated the final parts to his daughter-in-law Michi. The title has been translated as The Eight Dog Chronicles,[1] Tale of Eight Dogs,[2] or Biographies of Eight Dogs.[3]
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Old 08-15-2021, 12:22 PM
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A sample Japanese office building

ペーパークラフト「4面ビル」完成 展開図公開!: ふりぃだむふぁいた
Scroll way down the page looking for the link to the PDF.
It is a simple one page cut, fold and glue model of a typical office building.
Make a bunch, put on your Godzilla suit, breath out radioactive fire and stomp on them!!!
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