Series of images showing US involvement in Asia during the first half of the 20th century. Of interest in this series is the emphasis on the US backing of the Guomindang.
A variety of popular sushi is seen on this advert.
A sign in a post office reminds its occupants not to smoke.
Detailed explanations of the trains in Hokkaido.
All the stops of the train system in Hokkaido.
Modern Poster style rendition of Vishnu as Maha-Vishnu. The peacock feather in the crown is a reference to his incarnation as Krishna.
Series of images chronicling the US involvement in China during the early part of the 20th century.
A poster with maps of regions in Japan at the Hokkaido post office.
A liquor menu, with a variety of mixed drinks and sake.
Symbols for train ticket availability. (i.e. sleeper car, express train etc.)
Inu Yasha poster at a bookstore.
Series of images showing the US involvement in Asia over the first half of the 20th century. In this final section, the US portrayed as Uncle Sam is defeated by the rising sun of Mao Zedong.
Illustration from Manhua showing an American military officer in the picture playing a tune on the 'flute' (actually an American missile) while the Japanese geisha provides the breath. She carries a fan labelled "Revising the Security Treaty."
Sign along the great wall reading "Pay Attention to the Safe" in English (Chinese: "Zhuyi Anquan"). A better translation would be "Please be careful". Badly translated signs are rampant in China, not to mention throughout Asia.
A pricing table for the Hokkaido train system.
An example of a train-line map in Japan, complete with "you are here" arrow.
A sign for the lottery.