Kamakura Kaihin Hotel. KAIHIN HOTEL.
Kamakura Kaihin Hotel.

Kamakura Kaihin Hotel.

Tokyo. Tokyo Insatsu Kabushiki Kaisha. Showa 5 [1930]. Stock ID #160659

Travel brochure, 12 panels, black and white photographic illustrations, colour map showing distrances from Kamakura one panel, places of interest, colour pictorial cover. Single sheet printed both sides, 9 x 20cm when folded, 44 x 20cm when unfolded, some light wear along folds, upper margin pictorial cover lightly soiled, a good copy. Attractive item of Kamakura travel ephemera.

"...The Kaihin-in, a hotel in a pine grove near the beach, famous for its cuisine and a popular resort for foreigners at all seasons.” – East to the West: A Guide to the Principal Cities of the Straits Settlements, Japan and China, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore, 1898

The Kaihin-in Hotel, a large modern establishment in the wide park, is popular with foreigners, and usually is the rendezvous for many motorists. Sunday dinners a specialty. – Terry’s Japanese Empire, T. Phillip Terry, 1914 (When referring to this item please quote stockid 160659).

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