Product images of Japanese junks
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The view shows two single-masted Japanese sailing craft with patched square cotton or canvas sails, others beyond and a man in a small boat in the foreground. Colleagues in the Museum of Maritime Science, Tokyo, have kindly identified the two principal vessels as local traders of about 15-45 tons of the type called 'bezaisen' (see also PAJ2097). The location represented (but possibly imagined) is off the south coast of Honshu with the cone of Mount Fuji in the background.
Lt. James Henry Butt
Original size: 138 mm x 210 mm
- Image reference: PT2093
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London