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‘Tokyo as Seen by a Foreigner’ ‘Tokyo vue par un etranger’

October 15, 2021

Jan. 7, 1935 The Japan Times & Mail
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May 04, 1936 The Japan Times & Mail
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March 19, 1934 The Japan Times & Mail
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Oct. 14, 1934 The Japan Times & Mail
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Nov. 26, 1934 The Japan Times & Mail
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March 23, 1936 The Japan Times & Mail
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May 08, 1933 The Japan Times & Mail
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Nov.06, 1936 The Japan Times & Mail
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June 22, 1936 The Japan Times & Mail
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Jan. 29, 1934 The Japan Times & Mail
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Noel Nouet, a well-known French poet, came to Japan in 1926 and was a professor at the Tokyo School of Foreign Languages and Hosei University and the Military College. He liked to take walks whenever he had a spare moment, carrying with him his pen and sketchbook, like the great writer and poet Victor Hugo. He strolled almost daily along the boulevards and streets of the capital. When he was touched by some beautiful scene, he took out his favorite fountain pen, which he had used to compose poems in the past, and rapidly made a sketch of the site.

For over three years, Nouet’s sketches were published weekly in The Japan Times & Mail.

Sept. 07, 1946 Nippon Times Supplement
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Sept. 07, 1946 Nippon Times Supplement
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Sept. 07, 1946 Nippon Times Supplement
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Sept. 07, 1946 Nippon Times Supplement
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Sept. 07, 1946 Nippon Times Supplement
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