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Yaeyama Shinpo 1927-09-15
12019-11-18T15:46:56-05:00Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f358The copy of Yaeyama Shinpo (September 15, 1927)plain2021-07-23T20:25:40-04:00Ishigaki Municipal Library, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan.2019082313362020190823133620Copyright undetermined.Hiroko MatsudaHM-0010Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f
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12019-11-18T15:46:56-05:00Branch of Taiwan11plain2021-10-07T11:35:20-04:0024.3333, 124.1500Ishigaki25.1283, 121.7419Keelung09/15/1927Hiroko MatsudaKiryū Chin Shōten
This is an advertisement for a variety shop, Kiryū chin shōten. The main store was located in Taiwan's city of Keelung (Ch. Jilong). The branch shop was on Yaeyama's Ishigaki Island. The shop sold various things, including Oolong tea, soda pop, snacks, bamboo hand bags, and other miscellaneous goods. While Ishigaki's commercial business developed as a commercial satellite of the colonial city, Taipei, Yaeyama Islanders obtained modern products through shops in Taiwan or branches of Taiwan shops.