Fuzoku Gahu was the first graphic magazine produced in Japan, and is also known as a major journal source for the research of customs and social mores.
The magazine was published from 1889 to 196 contains a total of 518 issues covering content pertaining to social and cultural trends and conditions in the Edo, Meiji and Taisho periods, customs, history, literature, things/objects and affairs, geography (regional and world), war and disasters.
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